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freshmen Dawn Parrett, Lex 

Lee and Merle Griggs; juniors 

seniors Alec Budd, Will Torke, Darfell T*R>fTIps_^. 

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ary) Broad Ripple students, such as 
ophomores Melanie Alexander, Lisa 
Chris Peavy and Ayesha Blow; and 
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'To trave! hopeful- 
ly is a better tlihig 
than to arrive. " 

This quote by Robert 
Louis Stevenson says It 
all. Often times society 
gets so caught up in "ar- 
riving" and reaching its 
goals that it misses out 
on the best part — get- 
ting there. 

At Broad Ripple, high 
school is definitely a 
journey. Students em- 
bark upon this excursion 
when they enter the halls 
of Ripple as freshmen 
with one single destina- 



"tion: graduation. Along 
the way are plenty of 
roadblocks and even 
more detours, but a stu- 
dent wanderer never gets 
so anxious to reach his 
destination that he 
doeisn't stop and enjoy 
iSroad Ripple along the 
way. Any true Ripplite 
can attest to that. 

We invite you to flip 
through these pages of 
the 1989 Riparian, look 
back and remember just 
what a long, strange trip 
it's been. 

Emily Essenberg 



Are they Doric, Gothic, or Corinthi- 
an? Worlimen install concrete col- 
umns to disguise steel beams, 
lending a bit of ancient Greece to 
the main entry. 




Unaware that Stepfen Miser, sen- 
ior, is malting bunny ears behind 
his head, Charles Miles, senior, 
gets psyched for the St. Xavier 
game. 




Junior Craig Blanchet reveals his 
true personality during his 19th 
and 20th century class. 




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Its doors open as if to beckon 
hordes of screaming fans, tlie new 
gym silently awaits dedication. 



"We're number one!" shout an en- 
thusiastic group of Rockets gath- 
ered in the new student forum. 




Reflecting on what awaits in her 
junior year, Joi NcDiarmid 
pauses. 



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An employee of Comic Camival, 
Stuart Sayger, sophomore, dis- 
plays his love of cartooning. ' 




Despite his lack of hair, junior 
Thomas Majors, "P. Man," always 
totes his hairbrush. 



Her feelings masked by her expres- 
sionless gaze, Lisa Choate, senior, 
stares blankly during faculty advi- 
sory period. 




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Junior "Chill Will" Oliver puckers 
up. 



A little-known fact is that Jerry Bright-eyed Kate Bedwell, senior, 
Johnson, senior, is the sixth mem- hides behind her folder — but she 
ber of the Smiths. can't fool us! 




Spanish Club members Cynthia 
Beuoy, Tony Clark and Chris 
Stern, all juniors, prepare to 
smash the Momets. 



Singing "We will rock you!," Photo I 
Club members pose with their win- 1 
ning float. 



Seniors Rachael McMorris and 
Kent Wynn, Homecoming Queen 
and King, await the start of the pa- 
rade through the Village. 




Junior Nicole Mahern is lifted to 
the sky by fellow cheerleaders Ma- 
lisha Maynard, Junior, Lydia Amer- 
son and Deanna Hester, seniors, 
and Kathy Kirk, junior. 

'Who will it be?" fans ask each 
other during half-time festivities 
featuring the crowning of king and 
queen. 




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Hornets sting Rockets in OT 




Seniors Doug Bracken and Wendy 
Qreenburg, Lettermen Club home- 
coming candidates, share their 
convertible with Amy DeBerry, 
sophomore. 

The Harris Rockers, juniors John 
Devine, Amessia Edgeston, Ste- 
ven Edwards, George Durham and 
MaTK Durham, decorate their fac- 
ulty advior room's door. 









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Seniors Quitta Knazze, Clef Club 
candidate, and Lydia Amerson, 
NHS candidate, perch in Sharon 
Mustaklem's convertible with Alli- 
son Farber, sophomore. 

Flanked by freshmen Greg Swal- 
lender and Andy Farrar and soph- 
omores Chris Stahl, Mike Babcock 
and Teddy Van Riper, junior Dave 
Buck shows his school spirit paint- 
ed on his face. 



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illage 



Broad Ripple Village 
plays an important part in 
the everyday lives of BRHS 
students. It is a place where 
students live, work, play 
and learn, a place where 
friends can get together and 
a place where anyone can 
meet new people. 

The Village has a friendly 
and cheerful atmosphere, 
one which is filled with 
many different types of peo- 
ple with different interests. 
Any BR student who works 
in the Village can tell you 
that each day brings excite- 
ment and new adventures. 

Kenny Cox, junior, works 
at Dinwiddies, an off-beat 
clothing store. The Village 
is one of the coolest places 
in Indianapolis. 1 think it is 
here that anyone can feel at 
home," he said. "One of 
my favorite things about 
working in the Village is 
that I always see people 
who go to Broad Ripple. It's 
almost as if the Village and 
the school are one." 

"1 like working in the Vil- 



lage because it gives me 
times to do activities after 
school before going into 
work," said Harvey Brooks, 
junior, an employee at Baz- 
beaux Pizza. 

As the days pass and the 
Village grows, so do the stu- 
dents of BRHS. Broad Rip- 
ple Village is a place to re- 
member. 

Jenny Dalton 



Photos clockwise from top: Look- 
ing east on Westfield Boulevard, 
one sees several staples of Broad 
Ripple: Renee's Delicatessen, Lo- 
braico's Pharmacy and the Comer 
Wine Bar. 

Bracelets made by senior Betsy 
Lee are displayed for sale on a 
huge piece of quartz at Crystal 
Mountain on Winthrop. 
This neon duck greets visitors who 
pass it on College Avenue. 
Paul Traynor, senior, works at Sta- 
tioners on Broad Ripple Avenue, 
one of the many Village business- 
es which employ BR students. 
Juniors Garrett Dalton and Josh 
Lingenfelter pose by the Bazbeaux 
Pizza jester, where the city's best 
pizza is made. 





Music reflects fashion 



■ Of all noises I think mu- 
sic is the least disagree- 
able. " 

— Samuel Johnson 

Since most high 
school days were filled 
with noise, music was an 
important part of one's 
journey through high 
school. 

Rockets tune in to 
many different kinds of 
music, ranging from Mew 
Wave to Classical (yes, 
there are BR student who 
groove to Mozart!). Fio 
one kind of music is most 
popular. 

Most students said that 
Rap, as performed by 
Salt n Pepa, Run DMC, 



Public Enemy and EPMD 
was the music listened to 
by the largest percentage of 
Rockets. 

Heavy metal, or head- 
banger music, was another 
much-listened to style of 
music at BR. Guns n' Roses 
was by far BR's favorite 
heavy metal group, with 
Metallica, AC/DC and Mot- 
ley Crue also popular. 

When Rockets tumed off 
their CDs, tapes and LPs 
and tumed on the radio, fa- 
vorite top 40 groups includ- 
ed U2, Sting, IMXS, Def Lep- 



Betsy Noyes, senior, proudly 
shows off her new tie-dye, an old 
fashion which has come back into 
popularity. 



pard and George Michael, 
The U2 film. Rattle & 
Hum," met with mixed re- 
views, some enthusiastic 
and others blase. 

An old style of music, 
classic '60s rock (or psy- 
chedelic rock or "hippie 
music '), retumed to popu- 
larity among BR students, 
as Rocket listened to clas- 
sic bands such as the 
Grateful Dead, Pink Floyd, 
Led Zeppelin, Jethro TuU, 
Jimi Hendrix, the Doors, 
Crosby, Stills, Flash and 
Young and the Beatles. 



"Don't leave home without it " — 
for Ripplites this referred to their 
need for music rather than credit 
card cards. 





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"Don't worry, homeboy, your hair 
will grow back/' says Antonio 
Brooks, junior, trying to console 
Matt Williams, sophomore. Partial- 
ly shaved heads were one unique 
hairstyle at BR. 




There's nothing like a Dead con- 
cert " for some Rockets who faith- 
fully attended a Grateful Dead con- 
cert over the summer. 



UB40, Bob Marley and Pe- 
ter Tosh played reggae mu- 
sic, popularized in the mov- 
ie, "Cocktail." Alternative 
bands, such as new Order, 
REM, the Smiths and the 
B52s also enjoyed airplay. 

When Rockets turned off 
their VCRs and went out to 
the movies, they frequently 
picked horror films. Hal- 
loween IV," "Child's Play," 
"nightmare on Elm Street 
IV," and "They Live" were 



popular thrillers. 

Run DMC did the sound- 
track for "Tougher than 
Leather," a favorite of Rock- 
ets. "Young Quns " and 
"Alien nation " amused, 
while animated features 
"Who Framed Roger Rab- 
bit?" and "Oliver & Compa- 
ny" (with voices by Billy 
Joel, Bette Midler and 
Cheech Martin) brought out 
the child in viewers. 

Betsy rioyes 



Skater extraordinaire Jerry John- 
son, senior, decorates his locker 
to fit his taste. 



Mini-Mag 3 



Rick Chrust, senior, and Justin 

Henderson, sophomore, do their Broad Ripple Village expands to fit watch the VCR rather than pay $6 

cmc duty on elect.on day by dis- the needs of an ever-changing so- at the theatres. With Bud wblfs 

tnbutmg campaign flyers to Rocket ciety. with used car lots becoming move to Keystone, their vacated 

alum Brad Loretz now exercising video stores. More and more peo- office proved prime retail space for 

his pnvilege of voting. ple are choosing to stay home and the Video Store. 




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A bumper sticker on a Rocket's car 
shows support for ex-Rocket John 
Mutz, the unsuccessful Republican 
gubematorial candidate. 



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Current events rock 

Rockets 



From the heat of the 100° 
summer days to the tele- 
vised presidential debates, 
1988 sizzled. Gilbert creat- 
ed a stir in the Gulf, and 
American athletes stirred 
up the Olympics. 

Eighteen-year-old Rock- 
ets voted, and for those not 
old enough, a city-wide 
mock election was held 
during the faculty advisory 
period. Unlike BR, the na- 
tion selected Republican 
George Bush as the 41st 



It was a true "gold rush" for sis- 
ters-in-law Jackie Joyner-Kersee 
and Florence Qrifiith Joyner as 
they both took multiple firsts in 
the summer Olympics in Seoul. 



president, with Indiana's 
own J. Danforth Quayle as 
VP. (Quayle's wife is BR 
alum, Marilyn Tucker, class 
of '67.) 

Evan Bayh became the 
state's first demoncratic 
governor in 24 years, and at 
32, the nation's youngest 
governor. Bayh defeated 
former Rockets John Mutz 
and Stephen Goldsmith for 
the state's top office. 

Many Ripplites sported 
campaign buttons and 
worked the polls election 
day. Supporters of Michael 
Dukakis and Lloyd Bentsen 
sadly scraped off their 
bumper stickers on Novem- 
ber 9. 



Medical student Debbie 
Hamilton awed spectators 
with her figure skating abili- 
ty at the winter Olympics in 
Calgary, and sisters-in-law 
Jackie Joyner Kersee and 
Florence Griffith Joyner 
took the gold medals in the 
summer version in Seoul. 
Americans watched as Ben 
Johnson had his gold med- 
al taken away because he 
failed his drug test. 

For the first time since 
the Challenger tragedy in 
1986, the space shuttle was 
launched, and Rockets 
watched this even in TV 
during classes. 

Also televised in '88 were 
the presidential debates. 



which many felt were little 
more than dual press con- 
ferences. One of the most 
memorable quotes was 
when Bentsen, in reply to a 
comment by Quayle, said: 
\ knew Jack Kennedy. Jack 
Kennedy was a friend of 
mine. You're no Jack Ken- 
nedy. " 

Rockets stayed tuned to 
world-wide events while 
keeping up with the events 
of their own lives. It's no 
wonder they often pon- 
dered "what a long, strange 
trip it's been. " 

Betsy rioyes 




Mini-Mag 5 



Pastimes 



Eric Overpeck, junior, whiles away 
the hours — and quarters — try- 
ing to score a gadzillion points on 
video games. 



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6 Pastimes 



Taken from the top of the double 
ferris wheel, this view of the Indi- 
ana State Fair midway shows 
where many Rockets spent their 
money last August 

Eric Huflfman, junior, hurls a fris- 
bee while sophomores Sonya 
Lutgring and Mike Babcock and 
juniors Kate Shoup and Stephanie 
Hyatt lend their support. 



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Proving that music is the universal 
language, this Pink Floyd poster 
shows that rock n' roll in any 
country is still rock 'n' roll. 

Ultimate frisbee continues from 
the previous page as Babcock and 
Huflinan catch the return toss. 




Pastimes 










Cathy Fuller, sophomore, and Da- 
vid Brooks, junior, munch on 
chips and salsa at the Spanish 
Club's dinner at El Matador. 

Karl Torke, freshman, changes the 
letters on the signboard In front of 
the school announcing the weeks' 
activities. 



8 Activities Divider 




Senior Leslie Einhorn recites "I 

went bacl^ home" in the CPA play. 

Runaways. " 




Activities Divider 



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Never 

say 

goodbye 



Clutching her teddy bear and 
shoes, Kim Ritchie, junior, waits 
for her prince. 

Bret Mills, junior, shows off the 
new spring fashion for prom: 
shorts and tails. 



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With a Cheshire cat grin, Brian Wil 
son, junior, samples the punch. 



10 Prom 




Rhonda Harding and Melvin Promgoers hold that special one 

Horner, seniors, try to hold on to close while dancing to the sound 

that special moment, promising to of Warren Harris. 
'never say goodbye. " 



Prom 11 



Ripples makes 

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in 51st year 





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Romeo and Juliet as fish, a 
"BBW" that could move the 
crowd, and prohibition-era gang- 
sters dancing to 'Wipe out" and 
Twistin' " were only some of the 
thrills in Ripples '88. "Just for the 
Halibut, " directed by Katie 
Keuthan and Charlie Schlegel, 
seniors, won awards for best act, 
best chorus, best actress (Amy 
Benningfield, senior) and best 
supporting actress (Shelia Brown, 
senior). 

"Little Red Rappin' Mood, " di- 
rected by seniors Reggie Bishop 
and Charla Hooks and sophomore 
Micole Wilbum received awards for 
best danceiine, best male vocal 
(Kyle Priest, junior), best female 
vocalist (Crika Wilson, senior) and 
best cameo (Stacey McCrackin, 
senior). 

The Adventures of Leanard and 
Leopold, " directed by Eric Jack- 
son, Dan Record and Tim Feltner, 
all seniors, featured Matt Mayberry 
and Paul Traynor, juniors. 

The jazz combo, "Why Not?" 
composed of Reggie Bishop, Don 
Crittendon, Steve Flora, Erin Shi- 
pey, all seniors, and Kris Webster, 
sophomore, won out over tough 
competition as best intermission 
act. 

Erica Palmer 

Sarah Record 



Micole Wilburn, sophomore and 
Charla Hooks and Reggie Bishop, 
both seniors, directors of "Little 
Red Rappin Hood, " introduce 
their act to the audience. 





Momma (Stacy McCrackin, senior) 
belts out the opening number, an 
original rap written by Reggie 
Bishop. 



Ripples 13 



Hambone, mime, and 
more: OBRC 



Before dying of laughter, the OBRC 
cast collapses in side-splitting guf- 
faws after hearing the funniest joke 
in the world. 

Kirsten Chrust, senior, portrays a 
mighty oak tree which retaliates 
against lumberjacks Rick Chrust, 
twin and senior, and Jon Bennett, 
senior. 




Rick Chrust, senior, is the man be- 
hind Kirsten Chrust, senior, Kelly 
Dickens, junior, and Shannon Wa- 
terman and Shaleen King, both 
seniors. 



14 OBRC 



Six OBRCers make up the human 
car: hood, bumpers, driver, bucket 
seat and wheels. 








You can almost feel the surge of 
energy as eleven brains combine 
for an OBRC brainstorm. 



OBRC Shaleen King, Mona Spells, 
Kathy Kirk, Shannon Waterman. 
Second Row: Ami Holmes, Jon 
Bennett, Rick Chrust, rialani Alex- 
ander. Back Row: Kelly Dickens, 
Kirsten Chrust, Pamela Wilson. 
not pictured: Dolly Davis, director. 



OBRC 15 



One Acts '88: 



A nerd, a crazy lady, and a A^Uain 



Directed by members of 
advanced drama, three 
wildly different one act 
plays were presented by the 
Masque and Mime Society. 
The plays ranged from the 
hysterical to the absurd. 

In "Personal Effects, " di- 
rected by Lydia Amerson 
and Ann Klein, Kevin, a 
typical teenager, worries 
about his upcoming date. 
On his previous, first-and- 
only date, he threw up on 
his girlfriend, so he has 
good reason to worry. De- 
spite not being able to get 
the liquor cabinet open, 
this evening is a success. 

By the end of " Dentity 
Crisis," the audience felt as 
if they had gone insane. A 
surreal play, directed by 
Paige Davis and Karla Wil- 
liams, the action revolved 
around a young girl whose 
parents and psychiatrist try 
to convince her she is cra- 
zy. Fast-paced dialogue and 
startling character changes 
added to the frenzy of both 
cast and audience. 

"Way, Way, Down East," 
directed by Nalani Alexan- 
der and Kirsten Chrust, was 
an old-fashioned melodra- 
ma, complete with villain ty- 
ing a damsel in distress to 
the railroad tracks. The 
damsel is rescued, of 
course, by the man in the 
white hat, helped along by 
intense audience cheering, 
hissing and booing. 

Ambitious and entertain- 
ing, the 1988 One Acts were 
a tremendous entertain- 
ment value. Producer Dolly 
Davis and assistant Jim Pe- 
terson, along with all direc- 
tors, cast members and 
stage crew, did a fine job — 
even if the tree did fall down 
during the matinee! 




"They're going to take the farm!" 
says Hepsibah Ludlow (Kelly Dick- 
ens, junior), while Ezekiel (Rick 
Chrust, senior) and Bertha J. Mon- 
eybags (Shaleen King, senior) 
look on. 



Lily Ludlow (Joi McDiarmid, Jun^ 
ior) pours her heart out to Ronalc 
Fitzwilliam (Chris Lotzow, senior) 
her one true love. 



1-6 One Acts 




Robert (Peter Richardson, junior), 
the son — or is it father, grandpa 
or Count? — dips Edith Fromage 
(Paige Davis, senior), the inventor 
of cheese and banana bread. 

Find the crazy lady in this picture! 

Edith (Paige Davis, senior) tries to 
g convince her daughter, Jane (An- 

1 gie Garvin, sophomore), that she 
S needs psychiatric help. 



B. Bamhart 




Artie (Alan Pruitt, senior) gives Ke- 
vin (Josh Lingenfelter, junior) ad- 
vice on how to handle girlfriends. 



"1 will not throw up on my date!" 
exclaims Kevin (Josh Lingen- 
felter, junior) in "Personal Ef- 
fects." 



One Acts 17 



Fieatnik Felix Ungar and Sloppy Oscar Madison . . . 

become Florence and 
Olive: The Odd Couple 



Without these three seniors, few 
sets would be built and no lights 
would be run for performances. 
Stage crew members are Mike 
Robinson, Jason Bowling and 
Fritz Bennett. Two of the three are 
redheads. 

Florence Ungar (Kirsten Chrust, 
senior) creatively sprays Olive 
Madison's (Pamela Wilson, senior) 
hair in an attempt to beautify her 
image. 




THESPIAn TROUPE 1170 Kirsten Chrust. Second Row: Jon Bennett, Malani 
Alexander, Karla Williams, Pamela Wilson, Fritz Bennett. Third Row: Rick 
Chrust, Ann Klein, Lydia Amerson. Top: Shaleen King, Kelly Dickens. Hot 
Pictured: Paige Davis. 



18 Thespians 



Olive (Pamela Wilson, senior) 
comforts Florence (Kirsten 
Chrust, senior) as she spills her 
guts about her broken marriage. 




Manuelo (Larry Goens, junior) and 
Jesus (Matt Davis, sophomore) sit 
in Olive's living room, w/aiting for 
dinner. 



Members of the cast get into character: Paige Davis, senior; Joi McDiarmid, junior; Larry 
Goens, junior; Stephanie Hyatt, junior; Pamela Wilson, senior; Kirsten Chrust, senior; 
Malani Alexander, junior; and Matt Davis, sophomore. 



Odd Couple 19 




It's showtime! Erika Wilson, junior, 
Ruth Ann Candler, senior, Stacy 
McCrackin and Krista Royle, grad- 
uates, and Paige Davis, senior, 
gather in the dressing room before 
the curtain rises on "Little Red. " 



Before learning to swim. King Mep- 
tune (Ryan Smith, junior) was 
forced to wear an innertube. Spike 
the Jock (Josh Lingenfelter, jun- 
ior) plots to puncture. 




20 Ripples Return! 



The Synthetics (Andy Childers, 
graduate, Dax Peterson, junior, 
Kyle Priest, senior, and Bobbie 
Gammon, senior) crooned in per- 
fect harmony. 




Ripples Return! 21 




M. Dixon 



TRAVEL CLUB Jessica Brooks, Robin Jones, Rella Qriffin, Ruth Ann Candler, 
Dionne Bishop, Denyce Malone. Back Row: Winnie Keaton, Michelle Roney, 
Eloise rinnell, Jamie Smith, Rufus Wickliffe, Brenda Cushenberry. 




MASQUE & MIME Sarah Qilchrist, Magee Dix, Cheri Wilkerson, Justin Hen- 
derson, Karla Williams, Dolly Davis. Second Row: nicole Hall, Renea Parrish, 
Kirsten Chrust, Shaleen King, Kelly Dickens, Lydia Amerson, Ann Klein, 
Alan Pruitt. Back Row: Brian Deflf, Malani Alexander, John "Death" Bennett, 
Angie Garvin, Rick Chrust, Pamela Wilson. 





PHOTO CLUB Mike Dixon, Betsy Lee, Becky Bamhart, Chris Sullivan, Eric 
Huffman, Josh Lingenfelter, Miranda Perry. Second Row: Trenton Wilson, 
Garrett Dalton, Chuckster Yates, Kate Shoup, Lisa Choate, Erin Piccolo, Elin 
Caughey, Eric Overpeck, Jenny Dalton. Third Row: Rebecca Debono,Cara 
Foster, Heather Sullivan, Scott McNew, Aimee Farber, Casey Brogan, Sonya 
Lutgring, Joanna Maher, Lisa Lee, Betsy Moyes. Fourth Row: Robin Jones, 
Julie Johnson, Lisa Margerum, Heather Stone, Geoff Hennig, Angie Garvin, 
Mary Calloway, Josh Kupke, Chris Brummer, Mike Babcock. Back Row: 
Addie Spahr, Mark Munson, Kari Torke, Johanna Ard, Stephanie Hyatt, 
Mariska Lutz, Jane Crawford, Jenni Barnard, Kiesha Ransom, not pictured: 
Ryan Hoss Smith, Zach Buhner. 



Directors nalani Alexander, jun- 
ior, and Kirsten Chrust, senior, get 
melodramatic while introducing 
their One Act, "Way, Way Down 
East." 



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Chris Sullivan, Photo Club Presi- 
dent and Josh Kantor, the club's 
sponsor, are busy taking life seri- 
ously. 



Excited about his new do, Mike 
Dixon, junior, poses with pride. 




Satisified with their efforts on this 
year's winning homecoming float. 
Josh Lingenfelter, Elin Caughey 
and Stephanie Hyatt,juniors, chill! 



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Write 
on I 



Breaking a few of the new policies 
at Ripple, nalani Alexander, jun- 
ior, mows and jams as she com- 
pletes her story just in time for the 
deadline. 





riEWSPAPER S7/4ff Angela Spearman, Amy Ketner, Jason Bowling, Alan 
Pruitt, Lee White. Back Row: Linda VanHoy, Chris Otto, Lydia Amerson, 
Ann Klein, Miranda Perry. 



QUILL AHD SCROLL Ann Klein, Sa- 
rah VanDeusen, Betsy rioyes, Emi- 
ly Essenberg. Second Row: Amy 
Ketner, Alan Pruitt. Back Row: Lyd- 
ia Amerson, Betsy Lee. 



24 Publications 



YEARBOOK STAFF Erica Palmer, 
Elin Caughey, Erin Piccolo. Sec- 
ond Row: Mike Dixon, Josh Lingen- 
felter, Chris Sullivan, Betsy Noyes, 
Betsy Lee, Emily Essenberg, Mary 
Calloway, Sara Record. Third Row: 
Mary Micolini, Karla Williams, Eric 
Overpeck, Pat Sipes, Maureen 
Lindsey, Becky Barnhart. Back 
Row: Miranda Perry, Stephanie Hy- 
att, Saulo Lopez, Susanne Couts, 
Beverly Fager. riot Pictured: Mike 
Robinson, Kate Shoup, Jenny Mar- 
cum, Michelle Walker. 




Riparian photographer Pat Sipes, 
junior, gets in on a hot tip. 



During a long day of group pic- 
tures, Michelle Walker, sopho- 
more, takes a break. 



Publications 25 



Leaders and 



It's a pile on! Dozens of the ^ 
127 Leadership participants 
hope everyone used Dial. 




A-a-a-adddieeee! freshman Addie 
Spahr is hurled into an unknown 
Leadership atmosphere, never 
quite sure if she'll be returned to 
earth the same. 



26 Leadership VII 



What, no anesthesia? Mark roster, 
senior, Aimee Tarber, sophomore, 
and Rob Skehan, junior, attack a 
somewhat gruesome pumpkin, 
with the intention of winning the 
carving contest.* 

Lisa Margerum 'expresses the true 
freshman spirit at Leadership by 
playing in the leaves. 




Posing for a shot by Crystal Lake, 
these Rockets flash their "Group 
Eight is Great!" grin. 



Jenny Perrill, junior, and Cathy 
ruller, sophomore, begin the long 
line of the game, "Cookie Fac- 
tory." Trust games such as this en- 
couraged cooperation, integrity 
and reliance. 



Leadership VII 27 



BOOSTER CLUB Robin Morris, 
Mark Fisher, Dance Snorten, Ja- 
son Payton. Second Row: Dennis 
Richardson, Denise Richardson, 
Diondra Meredith, Lisa Boyles, 
Terri Smith. Back Row: Shrenta 
Hewlett, Martha Riley, Kenneth 
Snorten, Melissa Hamilton. 

Senior Wendy Greenburg is a four- 
year letterperson in volleyball, 
basketball and softball. 




Juniors Stephanie Hyatt and 
Heather Klein wait for the Home- 
coming f)arade to pull out of the 
practice football field. 

STUDENT council Eloise Fin- 
nell, Marquetta Lewis, Malisha 
Maynard, Robin Jones, Jackee Par- 
ham, Lisa Williams. Second Row: 
Michele Roney, Stephanie Jack- 
son, Danita Elliott, Cutina Willis, 
Tammi Smith. Back Row: Ayeesha 
Blow, DeAnna Hester, David 
Spells, Kevin Lee, Kristopher Web- 
ster, Leigh Smith. 




28 Booster 





student Council president Robin 
Lynette Jones, senior, conducts a 
meeting in tlie lecture room. 

Athletic teams couldn't function 
without the support of managers 
Charles Yates, Pat Sipes, juniors, 
and Chris Otto, sophomore. 



LETTERMEN'S CLUB Jason Strong, Robin Jones, QeoflF Hennig, Lisa Ireland, Doug Bracken, Wendy Qreenburg, 
Charles Miles, Shay Byrd, Ruth Ann Candler, Dax Peterson. Second Row. Clifton Lyies, Laura Schloss, Stephanie 
Myatt, Kathy Hazelett, Kate Shoup, Pat Sipes, Stepfen Miser, David Brooks, Chris Stem. Third Row. Josh Kupke, Sam 
Hudson, Kim Wilkins, Greg Miller, Herman Kothe, Dane Mahem, Chris Ayres, Sean Miles, Devin Wells, fourth Row.- Jeff 
Anderson, Phil Prewitt, Bret Mills, Bobby Gammon, Birgitte Mielsen, Ben Syles, Kelly Miller, Sally Grimes, Jason Davis. 
Fifth Row: Carmen Haywood, Rob Skehan, Mandy Beck, Mary Calloway, Mike Babcock, Lisa Boyles, Jeff Robinson, 
Michael Rogers, Sammy Thomas, Jeff Anderson. Back Row. Janice Verplank. 



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Duane Mickell, sponsor of the 
physics club, smiles at the thought 
of quantum theory, quarks and 
non-numbers. 




TISDALE'S TEAM Justin Henderson, Donald Bogan, Trina Huffman, Michelle Lewis. Back 
Row: Katie Eynon, Beverly Fager, Stephanie Jackson, Martha Riley, Doug Bateman. 




PHYSICS' CLUB Daria Vaughn, Charles Orrison, Ryan Smith, Pierre Couvillion, Craig 
Blanchet, Gary Matalucci Second ffow; Chris Lotzow, Amy Sloan, Lisa Boyles, John Moel, 
Joi McDiarmid, Betsy Hoel, Jason Bowling. Third Row: Duane Mickell, Paul Brewer, Cyrus 
Buckley. Greg Miller, Felisha Britton, Lee White, William Meyntjens. Back Row: Michelle 
Gaines, Achim Kunze, Kathy Hazelett, Lydia Amerson, Joe Elliot, Stephanie Hyatt, Mark 
Foster, fiot Pictured: Elin Caughey, Miranda Perry. 





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Amy Ketner, senior member of 
riMS, intensely worlds on a picture 
to go on a page of the newspaper. 




BRAin GAME Kristin Gillaspy, Jacques Couvillion, Lydia Amerson, Pierre Couvillion, 
Miranda Perry, Charles Yates. Back Row: Quintella Wright, Leah Siek, Merman Kothe, 
Amy Bums, Cyrus Buckley, Herb Budden. riot Pictured: Fumiss Molloway. 




NAT/OriAL HONOR SOCIETY Pierre Couvillion, Jennifer Satterfield, Shawndolyn Sand- 
ers, Felisha Britton, Carlotta Canpbell, Betsy rioyes, Kate Bedwell, Mike Robinson. Sec- 
ond Row: Amy Ketner, Sonya Cosby, Michelle Gaines, Detra Collins, Will Torke, Kathy 
Hazelett, Carmen Budd, David Brooks. Third Row: Meredith Hammer, Alan Pruitt, Ann 
Klein, Tasha Taylor, Toni Harrel, Brian Wilson, Laura Schloss, John noel, Sarah Van 
Deusen. Fourth Row: Margaret Collins, Lisa Choate, Becky Bamhart, Quita Knazze, 
Darrell Thompson, Malisha Maynard, Rella Griffin, Jeffrie Anderson, Bret Hammond. 
Back Row: Rachael McMorris, Miranda Perry, Kristen Lively, Lydia Amerson. 



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nUMAniTlES ADVISORY council S. Robey, D. Smith, S. Hyatt, F.Anderson, K. Bradley, 
M. Lettridge, S. Qarrett, E. McDonald, M. Ngunen. Second Row: B. Fager, E. Piccolo, H. 
Sullivan, E. Caughey, H. Qurman, K. Welham, K. Eynon, M. Beck, M. Calloway, C. Foster. 
Third Row: J. Maher, T. Van Riper, H. Kothe, K. Ransom, E. Palmer, S. Record, L. Lee, C. 
Sullivan, J. Lingenfelter, M. Babcock. Back Row: B. Lee, B. Fioyes, M. Perry, K. Williams, S. 
Howard, C. Orrison, J. Dalton, E. Essenberg, M. Dixon, not Pictured: K. Stone. 





Nargi Boyles, sopho- 
more, and Becky 
Record, freshman, watch 
in horror as Doug Qreen- 
burg, sophomore, lets 
the pumpkin he carved 
at Leadership slip from 
his grasp. 



CPA ADVISORY COUNCIL Carl Smith, Larry Qoens, Martha Riley, Marie Haynes, Timolyn 
Johnson, Keishana White. Second Row: Adam Pruitt, Amber Larsen, Johanna Ard, Sarah 
James, Tricia Robinson, Liza Zapata, Valerie Chambliss. Back Row: Robert Jones, Elyria 
Kemp, Josh Lingenfelter, Matt Davis, Paul Traynor, Susann Couts. 




0/?/4/YG£ /4/D Ruth Ann Candler, Angilique Jones, Mashia Bledsoe, Ton! Harrell, Felicia 
Gibson, Shawndolyn Sanders. Second Row: Reechelle Brooks, Sheresa Wills, Piyree D. 
Alexander, Tracy Williams, Darice Snorten, Phiandra Griffin. Third Row: TaMara Goode, 
Denetta Tompkins, Michelle Roney, Denyce Matone, Elise Finnell, Quita Knazze. Back 
Row: Beth Gramer, Robin L. Jones, Mark Fisher, Diana Wilson, Bub Maguire, Gina 
Grundy, Shirley Loyd. hot Pictured: Stephen Hiser. 





LEADEKSniPDiondra Meredith, LaDreana Scott, Mark Foster, Robin Jones, Carmen Budd, Joanna Ard, Jenny Dalton, Heather Sullivan Betsy noyes Chris 
Sullivan, Ryan Smith. Second Row: Helena Guzman, Fahwn Anderson, Jamie Smith, Jessica Brooks, Kelly Dickens, Rachael McMorris, Andrea Mclntyre 
Elizabeth Olden, Angela Spearman, Stephanie Jackson, Katrina Richardson, Robin Morris, Kyle Priest. Third Row: Delicia Whitney Rella Griffin Lisa Boyles 
Herman Kothe, Adrienne Rife, Tom Degan, Eric Huffman, Miranda Perry, Becky Bamhart, Ingrid Rockstrom, Valerie Magallon-Qraineau Angle Garvin Lisa 
Lee, Sara Record. Fourth Row: Laura Schloss, Doug Qreenburg, Mike Babcock, Scott McMew, Geoff Hennig, Kathy Hazelett, Jenny Hennig Dorothee Dewaet 
Knsten Welham, Cara roster, Joanna Maher. f/ft/i Row: Becky Beuhner, Ellann Crooke, Rebecca Debono, Brittany Eddy Sarah Henn Rachel Piccolo Amber 
Larsen, Jerry Bebley, Daniel Smith, Erick McDonald, Grace Meils, Josh Lingenfelter, Heather Klein, Jane Crawford. Sixth Row: nicole Hall nicole Mahem 
Betsy noel, Jenny Perrill, Stephanie Hyatt, Erin Piccolo, Liza Zapata, Carri Goodman, Robin Cain, Samatha Garrett, Trisha Robinson Carrie Calloway 
Heather Stone, John Ruby, Kate Shoup, Pierre Couvillion. Seventh Row: Margi Boyles, Lydia Amerson, Alison Farber, Shawn Meloy Karl Torke Mark 
Munson, Addie Spahr, Elin Caughey, Angela Meloy, Larry White, Will Oliver, Craig Blanchet, Charles Yates, Marc Carpenter Back Row Kathy Fuller Mandy 
Beck, Becky Record, Christy Hazelett, Sarah James, Kate Bedwell, Sonya Lutgring, Mary Calloway, Matt Davis, Greg Swallender Erica Palmer Kristen 
Gillaspy, Leah Sieck, Amy Bums, Jacques Couvillion, Josh Kupke. 



Seniors Rachael McMorris 
and Kent Wynn, Humanities 
Advisory Council candi- 
dates, make a victory lap at 
halftime of the homecoming 
game. 



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I 



Junior percussionist Kris Web- 
ster rocks the house at a BR 
basketball game. He broke two 
ight. 



^H drumsticks this nigh 

Ooom pa pa ^^ 




Keishana White, sophomore, 
allows her eyes to drift from the 
sturdy hand of band director M\ 
Rudolph Finnell. — - 




MAKCHina BAND Denyce Malone, Oarrett Atkinson, Eloise Finnell, Charles Edwards, Demian Hostler, Angela Buescher, Dionne Bishop, Katnna Richardson, 
Keishana White Francis Hon, Angela McKinney. Second Row: Katnna Richardson, Laura Marcum, Shawnite Parrish, Chris Caldwell, Lal^eshia Mason, Michael Logan, 
R E Finnell director Richard Covington, Kris Webster, Rayna Coe, Trina Kimble, Ramona Spells, Annette Murdoch. Third Row. Chariette Miller, Shin Morgan, Ryan 
Beckley Steve Eilan Sean Henry, Koknosh Lismon, James Williams, Jeff King, Justin Lynch, Anthony Bush, Christina Lakin, Katrina Swan, rourth Row: Robin Jones, 
DeAndra Buford, Brian Wilson, Kenneth Snorten, Megan Stutler, Donald Bogan, Michele Roney, Rella Griffin, Dori Sircy, Ryan Qindhart, John Moel, Tiffany Jackson. 
FiRh Row Robins Morris Shrenta Hewlett, Howard Miller, Dominic Morone, Michael Qerth, Daniel Moore, Margaret Collins, Jamieson Kirkman, Kelly Miller, Roger 
Maylor, Achim Kunze, Detra Collins. Back Row: Alesha Puckett, David Buddenbaum, Conrad Simpson, Michael Spaulding, Paul Brewer, David Durham, Moah 
Qustafson, Lonnie Roundtree, Marion Coley, William Oliver, not Shown: Fritz Bennett, Marqueeta Lewis, Ruth Ann Candler. 



34 Band 





JAZZ BAFiD (Clockwise from top) Laura Marcum, Kris Webster, Paul Brewer, Cyrus Buckley, 
Scott McNew, Will Torke, Astrid Sarlito, Tony Bush, Achim Kunze, Elyria Kemp, Rudolph 
Finnell, director, Colin Mulvany, Damon Myers, John Noel, Demian Hostetter, Jamieson Kirk- 
man, Brian Wilson, David Durham, Will Oliver, Justin Lynch, James Williams. A new high hat 
(dead center) tops off the great BR percussion section!!! Hot pictured: Fritz Bennett 




STRina ORCHESTRA Kelly Wilson, Bobbi Wilson, Sheresa Wills, Latrese Boyd, i^onique Lef- 
tridge, Fiicole i^allory, Paula Wilson, Terri Wilson, Lashawna Johnson. Second Row: Ronnetta 
Slaughter, Robin Cain, Tiyana Willis, Angela l^oore, Felecia Bacon, Shannon Danford, Dawn 
Parrot, Dawn Carpenter, Roxanne Watson, Rudolph Finnell, director, Jackie Lowry, Jennifer 
Carrico, Rhonda Dunn, Clevonne Washington, Sandri Sanders. Back Row: Damon layers, An- 
thony Williams, Justin Lynch. 



It's still serious business for the BR 
marching band, even if they are 
given a few minutes rest. 



Band 35 




MADRIGALS Erika Wilson, Becky Bamhart, Lydia Amerson, Amy Ketner, 
Julie O'Brien, Denise Richardson. Back Row: Dax Peterson, Larry Qoens, 
John Ruby, Fritz Bennett, Kenny Cox, Alan Pruitt. not Pictured: Quita 
Knazze, Renee Turner, Kyle Priest, Bobbie Gammon, Joe Mansfield, Matt 
Maybury. 




RIFPLEAIRES Mandy Beck, Monteil Marik, Beth Qramer, Delecia Whit- 
ney, Felecia Craddock, Stephanie Luter. Second Row: Michelle Lewis, 
Tiffany Qoens, Kisha Tyson, Alesha Puckett, Chariotte Swegman, riicole 
Reynolds, Thelma Markey. Back Row: Tamara Qoode, Jenny Dubeansky, 
Sarah Piichols, Felecia Bacon, Antoinette Sanders, Cristi Clock. 





GOLDEn SiriGERS Ingrid Rockstrom, John Ploel, Martha Riley, Glenn 
Baker, Adrienne Rife, Dallas Henson, Leia Sherrell. Second Row: Scott 
McMew, Joy McDiarmid, Kenny Cox, Alison Farber, Josh Lingenfeltner, 
Paige Davis, Joe Brasher. Back Row: Charles Yates, Grace Meils, William 
Oliver, Lydia Amerson, Dave Wilson, Kristen Lively, Fritz Bennett. 



36 Vocal Music 





Junior Ken Cox and seniors Alan 
Pruitt and Fritz Bennett prepare to 
perform at the Madrigal Dinner. 



In tux coat, bow tie and blue jeans, 
junior Josh Lingenfelter reads the 
Riparian announcing Larry 
McCloud's appointment as princi- 
pal. Fellow Golden Singer Grace 
Meils, sophomore, reads page 
two. 




In the rehearsal room, singers 
catch up on the news. 



CLEF CLUB S. Baetzhold, E. Wilson, D. Whitney, T. Sherrell, L. Amerson, 
F. Bennett, M. Talison, J. O'Brien, P. Davis, S. Mustaklem. Second Row: R. 
Turner, A. Ketner, N. Reynolds, D. Richardson, M. Riley, R. Lacey, L. 
Ireland, F. Craddock, M. Lewis. Third Row: T. Markey, 1. Rockstrom, D. 
Peterson, J. Pioel, D. Wilson, C. Hawkins, K. Miller, B. Bamhart, A. Puck- 
ett. Fourth Row: T. Qoens, A. Cains, S. Hyatt, S. McPiew, C. Yates, A. 
Farber, J.McDiamid, J. Brasher, S. Brown, D. Henderson. Fifth Row: K. 
Tyson, L. Qoens, Q. Knazze, K. Dickens, J. Ruby, A. Rife, B. Qamon, J. 
Lingenfelter, J. Mansfield, Q. Meils, F. Bacon. Back Row: T. Qoode, K. 
Cox, A. Sloan, K.Bedwell, M. Beck, E. Qramer, M. Marik, C. Swegman, S. 
Mochols, C. Clock, J. Dubeansky. riot Pictured: K. Priest, A. Pruitt, Q. 
Baker. K. Livelv, W. Oliver. S.Luter. A. Sanders. 



Vocal Music 37 



Salut! Salve! Hola! Quten tag! 



I 




rREncn club hashia Bledsoe, Mike Dixon, Laura Schioss, Becky Barn- 
hart, Pierre Couviilion, Zack Buhner, Amber Larsen, Miranda Perry, Grace 
Meils. Second Row: Angelia Moore, Dana Peacock, ingrid Rochstrom, 
Chris Sullivan, Mark Foster, Stephanie Hyatt, Sarah Record, Valerie Ma- 
gallon-Qraineau, Dorothee Dewaet. Third Row. Jenny Mennig, Mikkie 
Wheeler, Sharon Mack, Deaneka Brown, Katie Eynon, Margaret Kloepper, 
Erica Palmer, Lisa Lee, Amy Burns, Leah Sieck. Fourth Row: Trent Wil- 
son, Laura Pitts, Hina Davis, Cutina Willis, Greg Swallender, Karl Torke, 
Sonya Lutgring, Doug Qreenburg, Ryan Smith, Kate Shoup, Craig Blan- 
chet. Josh Lingenfelter. riot pictured: Roxanne Watson. 



38 Foreign Language 



AFS Mark Munson, Karl Torke, Johanna Ard, Pierre Couviilion, Ryan 
Smith, Betsy Moel, Chris Sullivan, Becky Bamhart, Jenny Perrill. Second 
Row: Katie Eynon, Marji Boyles, Lina Jimenez, Detra Collins, Lydia Amer- 
son, Truman Capote, Joe Elliot, Cara Foster, Heather Sullivan, Laura 
Schioss. Third Row: Valerie Magallon Qraineau, Qretchen Sauer, Dor- 
othee Dewaet, Dallas Henson, Mama Gill, Cyndi Beuoy, Kathy Hazelett, 
Lisa Lee, Angle Garvin, Grace Meils, Mandy Beck. Fourth Row: Greg 
Carison, riajwa Khazal, Lisa Boyles, William Meyntjens, Achim Kunze, 
Astrid riovianti Sariito, Erica Palmer, Sarah Record, Joanna Maher, 
Heather Klein, Stephanie Hyatt, Mary Calloway. Fifth Row: Kate Shoup, 
Kate Bedwell, Betsy Lee, Greg Swallender, Elin Caughey, Aerin Pickle, 
Trent Wilson, Kiesha Ransom, Jenni Barnard, Joshua Trump II, Sonya 
Lutgring, Aimee Farber. Bacli Row: Craig Blanchet, vice president; Mar- 
iska Lutz, president; Amber Larson, treasurer, hot pictured: Miranda 
Perry, Saulo Lopez. 




Foreign exchange student, Eva 
Hirvela, senior, and Rebecca De- 
bono, freshman, are ready and 
waiting in Latin Club's float. 



^ Foreign exchange student Naike 
'^ Stachowiak, senior, finds India- 
napolis a bit different from her na- 
tive Hamburg. 




GERMAn CLUB William Meyntjen, 
Lisa Boyles, Valerie Magallon- 
Qraineau, Bridgette Stevens, 
Brooke Qunyon. Second Row: 
Erick McDonald, Achim Lunze, 
Jenny Perrill, Johanna Ard, Elin 
Caughey, Lisa Choate. Third Row: 
Catrina Garter, Kristi Clock, Mario 
Bimm, Betsy rioel, Erin Piccolo, Ja- 
son Bowling. Back Row: Najwa 
Khazal, Thomas Major, Eric Over- 
peck, Will Torke, Matt Hatcher, 
Philbot Q. Pandexter. not pic- 
tured: Kathy Stone. 




Ly4T//YCLf/B Patricia Buckner, Wanda Porter, Laura Marcum, Carri Good- 
man, Ellann Crooke. Second Row: Katrina Swan, Michelle Roney, Elyria 
Kemp, Biz Brunner, Egg Abner, Rebecca Debono, Tammi Smith, Steph- 
anie Peete. Third Row: Mandy Beck, Kathy Copenhaver, Maureen Lind- 
sey, Jennifer Allen, Robin Lynette Jones, Angela Spearmen, Qeri Robey, 
Wendy Qreenburg, Carioeta Campbell, Kenya T. Perkins. Bacl^ Row: nita 
Brooks, Elin Caughey, Sarah Van Deusen, Betsy Lee, Michelle Thruston, 
Jessica Brooks, Ben Johnson, Jane Crawford, Eeva Hirvela. 



SPANISH CLUB Chris Stahl, Saulo Lopez, Lydia Amerson (president), 
Kristina Cwikla (vice-president). Carmen Budd (secretary), Anthony 
Clark (treasurer), Alicia Fincken. Second Row: Darrell Brown, Malisha 
Maynard, Leiand Adair, Denise Richardson, Lisa Maria Jimenez, Cathy 
Fuller, Michelle Gaines, Christopher Stem. Third Row: Mark Haslem, 
Chris Ayers, David Brooks, Monica Jackson, Lisa Boyles, Cyndi Beuoy, 
Margaret Collins, Brian Wilson, Greg Carlson, fourth Row: Herman 
Kothe, riicole Mahern, Mike Babcock, Mary Calloway, Kyle Priest, Cyrus 
V. Buckley, Paul Brewer, Angela Busecher, Chris Brummer, Chris Otto. 
Bacli Row: Jon Yates, Carrie Calloway, David Buck, Tricia Robinson, 
Dorothee Dewaet, Valerie Magallon Qraineau. not pictured: Daniel R. 
Smith. 



Foreign Language 39 



SEniOR DECA Elizabeth Qoerte- 
miller, Qina Grundy, Phiandra Grif- 
fin, Christina Wailihan, Annette 
Murdock, Monique Smith (district 
secretary), Shana Johnson. Sec- 
ond Row: Kimberiy Ritchie, Anna 
Tate, Stacey Taylor, Melvin Jer- 
mison, Kenya Perkins, Jason Da- 
vis, William Harris. Third Row: 
Emory Massie, Chris Faille, Adam 
Gallagher, Jeffrie Anderson, Shay 
Byrd, Alicia Vandever, Kim Thomp- 
son, Jennifer Satterfleld. Back 
Row: Jeff Robinson, Dexter Butts, 
Bret Nills, Ruth Ann Candler, Rich- 
ard Hart, Shellise Courtney. 



JUniOR DECA Deana Jared, Melis- 
sa Hamilton, Connita Tyson, 
Tammi Smith, Rhonda Roberts, 
Sherri Webster, Monica Jackson. 
Second Row: Tom Degan, Jane 
Crawford, Missy Hall, Kelly Miller, 
Maureen Lindsey, Patricia Brack, 
Jackie Lowry. Back Row: Leonard 
Amold, Krish Allen, Tamika Cleve- 
land, Cindy Chappell, Darlene 
Burks, Kelly Watford, Mark Fisher, 
Carol Gilliam. 



lOL Tamara Goode, Lynette 
Moore, Missy Hall, Tonya Brown. 
Second Row: Mary Vance, Kisha 
Thomas, Sonya Cosby, Monica 
Jordan. 



40 DECA/IOL 





Darlene Webster, Tasha Taylor, 
nicole Burt, Fhlandra QrifRn, Mau- 
trice Everett, Christina Wallihan, 
and Gina Qrundy, seniors, wait for 
the bus to tal^e them to their jobs. 




COE riicole Haywood, Nicole Burt, 
Nautrice Everett, Felicia Gibson, 
Daisy Sanders. Second Row: Betty 
Beene, Shawndolyn Sanders, Ta- 
sha Taylor, Darlene Webster, Den- 
etta Tompkins. Back Row: 
Jauwana White, Demetrica Mur- 
rell, Twanya Pryuer, niki^i Perdue, 
Everett Sanders. 



COE 41 





COLOR GUARD H. James, Commander Williams. Second Row: Brooks, Spauld- 
ing, Jackson, Wilson, Maynes. Back Row: Brown, Deaton, McCoy, Hiser, 
Grooms, Thompson. 



fl ^J'^J.» 9^ 



FEMALE DRILL TEAM Command- 
er K. Croom, Asst. Commander R. 
Brooks. Second Row: Sharp, 
Haynes, Tinker, Ford, Hughes, 
Wills. Third Row: McCoy, Timber- 
lake, Alexander, Hoskins, Coley, 
Lewis, A. Jones, Hill, Stoner, Hoo- 
ten, Mickerson. Back Row: 
Grooms, Deaton, Roe, Johnson, 
Jackson, Roundtree, Allen, Rog- 
ers, T. Jones, L. Jones. 



RIFLE TEAM Hooper, Commander 
n. Lakin, Williams. Back Row: 
Douglas, Strickland, Schuiz, Cald- 
well, Mcrieil, Oliver, Coleman. 



42 ROTC 





JROTC CADET OFFICERS Brown, 
Williams, Wilson, Commanding Of- 
ficer Col. Harold James, Hiser, 
Thompson, Southall. Back Row. 
Walker, Peavy, Peters, Rogers, 
Storrer, Amold, Croom, Baker, 
NcCray, Jones, Helling, Saunders. 

MALE DRILL TEAM Commander 
Q. Baker. Second Row: Spaulding, 
nelson, Parrish, King, Arnold. 
Back Row: Jackson, Moore, Coley, 
Davidson, Henderson, Richardson, 
Woods, Reid. 



ROTC 43 




David Otto extends his classroom 
to the outside and shares his vast 
knowledge of trees with the ad- 
vanced biology class. 

The joys of science! nichelle Thur- 
ston and Maureeen Lindsey, jun- 
iors, learn how to use a scale in 
chemistry class. 



^-^ Academics Divider 




Deon Tubbs, junior, prepares for 
his future by taking vocational 
education classes which allow hirr^ 
to learn to use tools such as the 
band saw. 




Academics Divider 45 



New bells, new rooms, new 



Whatever you do, don't move that 
ladder! These disembodied feet 
appear to be suspended from the 
crawl space by the teachers'" 
lounge. 

An English class Is one of the first 
to occupy a new classroom built 
where the main office used to be. 
The new rooms are carpeted and 
air conditioned. 




46 Construction 



gym, new stairs, new pillars. 



Workmen wedge wood to seal the 
two halves of the pillars in the 
main lobby, which were later paint- 
jl ed peach and periwinkle. 




Construction 47 




Hurry up and wait . . . Ripplites 
line up outside the booi^store, 
waiting their chance to picl^ up 
texts. Only 250 students were pro- 
cessed each day, so this scene was 
repeated several times. One stu- 
dent remarked he preferred camp- 
ing out for concert tickets more. 

Her eyes bandana-ed to create the 
illusion of being blind, Diana Wil- 
son, senior, tries to guess objects 
by their descriptions only. 

It's a microbe — or an amoeba — 
or a Paramecium Kristen 

Haynes, sophomore, discovers 
fantastic worlds under her micro- 
scope slide. 




48 Academics 






lid 



/ 



K 



Cynthia Noreland, senior, 
smiles as she solders off circuit 
boards in electronics. 




Foreign exchange student Birgitte Mielsen, senior, but fellow photography student John Miller, . . 

appears a bit puzzled by the workings of her cam- sophomore, explains, and her face registers un- ^"^ before long, Mielsen is snapping away 

era derstanding with the best of them! (Nielsen is from Denmark.) 




Seniors Shaleen King and Shan- 
non Waterman keep their eyes on 
the milliliter as they fill a flask in 
chemistry. 



Academics 49 



Outside the classroom 







Juniors Bridget Stevens, Jennifer 
Ailen, Jasmine Brown, Wanda Por- 
ter and Mona Spells greet custom- 
ers at the General Store during 
Craft Fair. 

Bankers James Williams and Trent 
Wilson, both juniors, convert 1988 
cash into the currency of the early 
1800s. 



BANK 




50 Academics 




Karl Torke, freshman, examines 
one of the projects on display at 
the CPA/CH Open House. In addi- 
tion to malting leaf collections, 
Man and Society dissected owl pel- 
lets, making many unusual discov- 
eries about the contents of an 
owl's stomach. 



Academics 5X 



Humanities: 
a school 
within 
a school 




Eating an illegal bagel and cream 
cheese, Eric Huffman, junior, com- 
mits a horrible crime. 

Juniors Jane Crawford, Jenny 
Harper, Heather Klein, Mama 
Jean Gill and Maureen Lindsey 
work on their Fiew World pam- 
phlets. 



32 Humanities 




As a member of the Continental 
Congress, Charles Yates, junior, 
speal^s out in the 19th and 20th 
Century presentation of 1776. 



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After inserting all the stars, planets 
and asteroids, Greg Carlson, jun- 
ior, snaps shut the lid of the pro- 
jector. 

Greg Carlson and Trent Wilson, 
both juniors, adjust the controls in 
the Planetarium as part of their Ca- 
det Teaching Program in Walk- 
about. 



Humanities 53 



alMi 




Leslie Einhorn, senior, comforts 
Ken Cox, junior, during last 
spring's performance of "Run- 
aways. " 



Harvey Brooks, junior, recites the 
poem "Spoons " during the CPA 
play. 



Living 
the arts 



54 CPA 




Advanced dance student Joanna 
Ard, junior, poses in a perfect ara- 
besque. 




Danelle Brust, junior, Leah 
Siek, sophomore, Joanna 
Ard, junior, Michael Shel- 
ton, freshman, and Mer- 
edith Emmons and Telicia 
Britton, seniors, move as 
one in advanced dance. 



CPA 55 



A^ 



Hands and 



voices 
at work 



56 




Munched over the potter's wheel, 
Colin Mulvany, junior, shapes clay 
into a work of art. 



Bart Kelly, sophomore, shaves ce 
ramie shreds from his vase. 



^ V 



Lee Hill forms an inlay surface with 
a router in his manufacturing tech- 
nology class. 



Seniors riatalie White, Reggie 
James and Michael Rogers ham it 
up with junior Andrei Tord after 
their physical education class. 










Ladonna Holland, senior, works 
with a desoldering iron on a new 
desk in the electonics lab. 



Golden singers: Kate Bedwell, sen- 
ior. Josh Lingenfelter, junior, 
John Noel, senior, John Ruby, jun- 
ior, Corey Hawkins, senior, and 
Scott McMew, sophomore. 



57 



A day in 
the life: 
science and 
industrial arts 



Pat Sipes, junior, learns to use the 
triple beam scale by weighing a 
box of chalk. 

"Call on me, Mr. Ottol" signals 
Deandre Hayworth during biology 
while fellow sophomores Sarah 
Henn and Andre Nickens look on. 




58 Academics 




Exhausted by the exploits of the 
night before, Jason Strong, senior, 
mis-uses class time for a nap. 

Josh Kupke, Nikki Nguyen and 
Mandy Beck, all sophomores, 
prove that three minds are better 
than one. 



Tim Woods, senior, Ekldie Brents, 
sophomore, and Ja Marr Scruggs, 
junior, test for electrical current 
during class. 



Academics 59 





PEqiueg g 



Leigh Smith, director of the Learn- 
ing Materials Center, and Darlene 
Sipes reinforce each of the 1,000 
packing boxes before loading 
them with tons of tomes. 



These bookshelves are left gaping 
after the 25,000 volumes in the 
LMC w/ere packed up for moving to 
the temporary library in the old 
small gym. 

She's got the whole worid in her 
hands . . Junior Becky Barnhart 
holds the northern hemisphere in 
her left hand and the southem in 
her right, proving that the library g- 
moved the earth when they relo- ra 
cated. 



E. Caughey 



60 LMC 





Direct to you from Pee Wee's Play- 
house is Qiobey (as portrayed by 
junior Elin Caughey, globe-head). 

After the monumental move into 
the old small gym was completed, 
Darlene Sipes and Frank Tardy, 
sophomore, celebrated with pizza. 
The new LMC will be in the area of 
the former basketball gym. 



LMC 61 





Richard Bollen, senior, blocks for 
Rocket teammate Charles Miles, 
senior, in the preseason jamboree 
at the Moosier Dome. 



Kyle Priest, senior soccer player 
and co-captain of the team, shows 
how it's done during practice. 



62 Sports Divider 









The football team prepares for 
their game against Cincinatti's St. 
Xavier with more than just working 
hard and being loyal. The road trip 
called for a stop at Pizza Hut on the 
way. 

Making sure she is at her bist for 
the city track finals. Melissa Hamil- 
ton, sophomore, stretches out at 
the lUPUI track. 



Sports Divider 63 



Hey, batter! 



Varsity baseball had 
an improved season in 
1988, with a 10-13 
record. Sam Hudson, 
junior, all city player, did 
his part leading the team 
with a high batting aver- 
age and by pitching a 
shut-out game against 
Lawrence north, a first 
for BR in recent years. 

Manager Ryan Smith, 
sophomore, credited 
senior catcher and power 
hitter Bryant Walker with 
"coming through every- 
time the team needed 
him. He made several 
critical triples, which 
were in more cases than 
not game winners or 
clinchers." 

Tom Riensche, base- 
ball coach of the year for 
IPS, cited seniors, Char- 
lie Schlegel, Mike Baker 
and Matt Buck, junior 
rrank Crowe and sopho- 
more Dwayne Gibson as 
excellent players. "'We 
had a summer team and 
finished 10-7," Riensche 
said, "which will help the 
younger players and also 



the veterans for next 
year." 

The 1988 Softball team 
was "better than our 
record showed," accord- 
ing to junior Wendy 
Greenburg, captain and 
MVP, Defensively, veter- 
an players Greenburg 
and seniors Judi Cassell 
and Susan Moflfatt added 
infield experience and 
leadership to a young 
team. 

Freshmen players, An- 
gela Spearman and 
Shannon Coe, came 
through with key hits 
which scored runs and 
kept the team motivated. 

Another freshman. 
Shin Morgan, had never 
played softball before 
the 1988 season, and her 
progress was noticeable. 
In addition to improved 
batting and fielding, Mor- 
gan also learned to say 
"umpire" instead of "ref- 
eree" and ""helmet" in- 
stead of ""hat" and, ac- 
cording to Coach Janice 
Verplank, can now ""chat- 
ter with the best of us!" 




Hf 



SOFTBALL Dee Dee Whitney, Shannon Coe, Ranya Coe, Carmen 
Budd. Second Row: Coach Janice Verplank, Angie Spearman, Kelly 
Miller, Shin Morgan. Bach Row: Asst. coach Evelyn Qearries, Judy 
Cassell, Shan Anderson, Susan Moffett, Kathy Hazelett. 
Kathy Hazelett, sophomore, 
awaits her chance to make a 
play at third base. 



Davy O'Guinn, senior, and Frank 
Crowe, junior, crouch in the infield 
awaiting the ball. 




64 Softball 




Varsity Baseball 

BR 

5 Ritter 8 

6 Arlington 11 

5 Brebeuf 21 

8 Tech 7 

13 Lutheran 10 

9 Lawrence Morth 17 

4 Scecina 9 

6 T.C. Howe 3 

3 north Central 17 

5 Park Tudor 2 

2 Manual 11 

9 Lawrence Central 

9 CITY 2 

6 Roncalli 9 

10 northwest 8 

5 CITY — Ritter 16 

7 Washington 3 

2 Arlington 18 

2 Cathedral 6 

7 Chatard 12 

3 SECTlOnAL — Ben Davis . 16 



JV/rrosh Baseball 
BR 

4 Ritter 14 

9 Arlington 10 

10 Scecina 5 

11 Park-Tudor 15 

16 T.C. Howe l 

7 north Central 4 

19 Manual 5 

1 noblesville 10 

6 Brebeuf 6 

14 northwest 2 

9 Tech 6 

16 Washington 3 

10 Arlington 

5 Chatard 6 



1 



VARSITY BASEBALL Tom De- 
gan, Zach Bunner, Pierre Cou- 
villion, Dwayne Qibson, Bryant 
Walker. Second Row: Sam Hud- 
son, Johnny Short, Matt Buck, 
Adam Bauer, Frank Crowe. 
Back Row: Student mgr. Ryan 
Smith, Davy O'Qulnn, Jimmy 
Dawson, Charlie Schlegel, Mike 
Baker, coach Tom Riensche. 
Not Pictured: Asst coach Elliott 
Segal. 



JUNIOR VARSITY BASEBALL 

Hershel Finger, Danny Moore, 
James Williams, Jonny Short, 
Derrick Eriandson, Tom Degan, 
Hershel Leverington, Dennis 
Richardson, Sean Gardner. 
Back Row: Coach Joe Humkey, 
Qeoff Hennig, Greg Miller, Mar- 
cus Carpenter, Dwayne Gibson, 
Pierre Couvillion, Doug Green- 
burg, Zach Buhner, Tad 
Spaulding, asst. coach Mike 
Duke. 



Baseball 63 



Track takes 5 firsts in City 



The Broad Ripple la- 
dies' track team was the 
best yet, as coaches 
Diane Brandstetter and 
Sandy renstermaker led 
the team to 7 out of 10 
victories. With athletes to 
fit into nearly all events, 
the team proved solid as 
a rock. Laura Schloss, 
sophomore, the team's 
top distance runner, had 
a successful season. 
Ruth Ann Candler, jun- 
ior, and Dion Bishop, 
junior, proved their de- 
pendability as 100m hur- 
dlers, almost always a 
sure 1-2 finish. But City 
and Sectional 300m hur- 
dle champ and BR's MVP 
of the 1988 ladies' track 
team was Mlkki Hollings- 
worth, senior, who was 
outstanding in all events. 

The team, for the most 
part young and inexperi- 
enced, looks forward to 
continued strength. 




The Broad Ripple boys' 
track team had a suc- 
cessful season, wrapping 
up a 3rd place finish in 
City. David Brooks, 
sophomore, was the top 
distance runner, and fin- 
ished 3rd in both the City 
1600m and 3200m. Larry 
Milton, senior, placed 
3rd in the 100m high 
hurdles, and Bryan Mad- 
den, senior, was City 
champ in the discus, and 
2nd place finisher in the 
shot put. finally, Charles 
Miles, junior, was State 
champ in the 200m. With 
many young athletes to 
replace those that have 
graduated, the boys' 
team looks forward to 
continued success. 

Kate Shoup 

Mikki Mollingsworth, senior, 
displays world-class form at a 
world-class facility, the lUPUI 
track and field stadium. 




INDlATsIA 




Poised and ready, Kate Shoup, 
sophomore, prepares to de- 
stroy her competition. 



GIRLS TRACK Rochelle Wortman, Charlotte Swegman, Rache Montgomery, Lisa Boyles, Monteil Marik, Kim 
Wilkins, Denitra Foreman, Felicia Craddock, Lisa Shillman, Sarai Sanders, Danita Elliott, Laura Schloss. 
Second Row: Carlissa Carter, Tawanna Bishop, Dion Bishop, Nicole Mollingsworth, Ruth Ann Candler, Tracy 
Puckett, Qeri Robey, Telair Coley, Katrina Richardson, Diana Spears, Diana Wilson. Third Row: Brandy Foist, 
Felicia Bacon, Kate Shoup, Mary Calloway, Elin Caughey, Shellie Courtney, Melissa Hamilton, Renee Lacey, 
Thelma Markey, Robin Jones, Tonya Smith, Diane Brandstetter. Back Row: Lanita Johnson, Darice Snorten, 
Melbra Sharpe, Antoinette Sanders, Anita Qrigsby, Sandy Fenstermaker. 



66 Track 



Watch for Ruth Ann Candler, jun- 
ior, Coach Brandstetter, liikki Hol- 
lingsworth, senior, Dionne Bish- 
op, junior, and Carlissa Carter, 
freshman, on your next Wheaties 
box. They were City leoom relay 
champs. 




The performance of Larry Milton, 
senior, Cliff Barlow, junior, and 
Alex Bridges, sophomore, is pic- 
ture perfect. 

Kevin Lee, junior, able to leap tall 
buildings in a single bound (or at 
least 6'2"), finishes fourth in the 
City meet. 



»•■ 



BOYS TRACK Donald Bogan, Mike Babcock, Bert Jones, Scott McPlew, Matt Williamson, Steve Wright. Second 
Row: Chris Stern, Tony Brents, Mark Williams, Charles Palmer, Herman Koethe, Deon Liggans, Josh Kupke. 
Third Row: Chris Ayers, Bryan Madden, David Brooks, Dane Mahem, Deven Willis, Alex Bridges, Walter Oliver, 
manager Leslie Southern. Back Row: Coach Rick Marker, Richard Bollen, Clifton Lyies, Cliff Bartow, Tim 
Roberts, Marcus Washington, Larry Milton, head coach Pat Koers. Plot pictured: Jason Davis, Kevin Lee, 
Charies Miles, coach Tom Verplank. 



BR 
82 
81 
85 
87 
57 
55 
48 
70 
62 
57 
58 
91 



Girls' Track 

Roncalli 36 

northwest 37 

Ritter 33 

Manual 31 

Washington-Tech , . 

Brebeuf 63 

Pike 70 

Chatard Relays ... 41 
Cathedral-Howe ... 33 

Pike Relays 63 

CITY Trials 

CITY Finals 41 



BR 

55 

55'/2 

50 

34 

77 

43 

62 

80 



Boys' Track 

Tech 59 

Cathedral-Howe 61 

north Central Invit ... 69 
riorthwest-Ben Davis . 32 

Ariington 47 

Chatard Relays 50 

Manual 65 

Pike Relays 62 



Track 67 



Fore! Ace! 




68 Tennis/Golf 




BOYS' TCnniS David Wilson, Gary Matalucci, Josh Kupke, Geoff Hen- 
nig. Back Row: Paul Woodling. 

BOYS' QOLF John Farrar, Patrick Sipes, Peter Morvath, Rob Skehan. 
Back Row: Eric Jackson, Cyrus Buckley, Dan Record, Andy Swallen- 
derr, Chris Otto, Roger Schroder. 



Girls' Golf 



BR 

320 Warren Central 245 

256 Howe 242 

253 Chatard . . 200 

254 Perry Meridian 218 

— Lawrence North — 

271 Pike 199 

244 Speedway 220 

— Brebeuf — 

242 Cathedral 262 

244 Park Tudor 190 

— Decatur Central — 

254 cannel 208 





Boys' Golf 




BR 






233 


Tech 


... 219 


202 


Howe 


. . . 180 


196 


Cathedral 


. . . 173 


202 


Scecina 


. . , 176 


132 


Tech 


... 125 


186 


Ritter 


. . . 168 


185 


Arlington 


... 214 


213 


l.P.S. Tourney 


... 184 


200 


Roncaili 


... 184 


192 


Manual 


... 203 


188 


Ariington 


. . . 194 


190 


Decatur Central . . . . 


... 168 


184 


northwest 


... 195 


190 


Howe 


... 180 





Girls' Tennis 




BR 









Cathedral 


5 





Hamilton S.E 


5 


5 


Morthwest 








Chatard 


5 





Park Tudor 


5 


4 


Ariington 


1 


1 


Pike 


4 


1 


Howe 


4 


3 


Manual 


2 


1 


Scecina 


4 


1 


Ritter 

City — Third Place . 


4 





Sectional 


5 



n 





Boys' Tennis 




BR 

1 


Howe 


4 


1 

1 

4 

1 


Scecina 

Chatard 

Cathedral 

Manual 

Pike 


. . 4 
. . 4 
. . 5 
. . 1 
4 


5 
5 

4 


northwest 

Ariington 

Tech 


. 
.. 
, . 1 


5 


Ritter 


, , 



GIRLS' TENmS C\ansa Tubbs, Bridget Bums, Miranda Perry, Meridth 
Hammer. Back Row: Jenny Harper, Becky Muliin, Phyllis Todd, Mandy 
Beck, Mariska Lutz. 

GIRLS' GOLF Sarah Record, Lisa Lee, Joanna Maher. Second Row: 
Betsy noel. Amy Qodfroy, Stephanie Hyatt, Heather Klein, Jane Craw- 
ford, Sally Grimes. Back Row: Valerie Magallon-Graineau, Betsy 
noyes. Amber Larson, Becky Barnhart, Miranda Perry, Sandra Fen- 
stermaker. 



Tennis/Golf 69 



Big hits! 



I 



Bonecrushing hits, bro- 
ken records and tough 
games characterized the 
'88 Rocket football season. 

After an opening quarter 
TD (his first of two) in the 
Hoosier Dome jamboree, 
senior Charles Miles sped 
to a season total of 1,359 
yards, breaking his own 
record and racking up a ca- 
reer total of 3,341 yards — 
a little over two miles rush- 
ing. 

Miles praised Coach 
John Haynes, saying he 
was always "in his comer, " 
and Coach John Tremain, 
whom he came to love as a 
father. 

Seniors Sam Hudson and 
MVP Shay Byrd joined Miles 
on the all-city grid team. 
Hudson led the city with a 
36.4 punting average; 15 
kicks had no return. With 
192 tackles, 16 of them 
sacks, between them, Byrd 
and Hudson were an effi- 
cient defensive pair. 

A heartbreaking home- 
coming 10-7 overtime loss 
to Howe cost the 5-4 Rock- 
ets the IPS and City champi- 
onships, but a big win, ac- 
cording to senior Phillip 
Prewitt, was the one-point 
victory over ranked Ron- 
calli. Travelling to Cincinati 
was another highlight, 
Prewitt said, who, along 
with seniors Fred Haw- 
thorne, Kevin Lee, Clifton 
Lyies and Jeffrie Anderson 
(who led the team with 70 
tackles), made honorable 
mention all-city. 



The junior varsity boast- 
ed a 5-3 record, with the 
freshmen team checking in 
at 3-5. 

Eric Overpeck 



BR 

39 northwest 18 

16 north Central 33 

13 St. Xavier 35 

33 Manual 21 

22 Arlington 8 

49 Butler (Vandalia, Ohio) ... .21 

7 Howe 10 

9 Roncalli 8 

6 Manual 8 



Defensive end rted Hawthorne, 
senior, catches his breath after 
one of his 27 tackles. 



Taking advantage of senior Clifton I 

Lyles' block, Charles Miles, sen- ^ 

ior, gains a few yards toward the -i 
school record of 1,359. 





70 Football 



Kevin Lee, senior, fades back 
fire off a TD bomb. 



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Before the snap, defensive end 
Sam Hudson, senior, looks for a 
signal. 




VARSITY Mgr. Charles Yates. Sec- 
ond Row: Jamie Thomas, Brian 
Morrison, Craig Steffy, Marcus El- 
liot, Jamont Wilson, Alex Bridges, 
Bobby Gammon, Shay Byrd, Rob- 
ert Norton, Charies Palmer. Third 
Row: Jeff Anderson, Stepfan Hiser, 
Mgr. Pat Sipes, Don Hutchens, 
John Tremain, John Haynes, Cliff 
Sedam, Mgr. Chris Otto, Antonio 
Williams, Donald Lewis. Fourth 
Row: Frank Tardy, Sean Gardner, 
Shawn Miles, Dexter Butts, Greg 
Miller, Tony Brents, Dax Peterson, 
Roy Cheatham, Carlos Banks. Fiflh 
Row: Tad Spaulding, Arnold Mick- 
ens, Deven Willis, Fred Hawthome, 
Ben Sayles, Clifton Lyies, Jeff An- 
derson, Charles Miles. Back Row: 
Joseph Mansfield, Kevin Mayes, 
Richard Bollen, Kevin Lee, Phillip 
Prewitt, James Merritt, Sam Hud- 
son. 



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JUNIOR VARSITY Jamont Wilson, 
Brian Morrison, Sean Gardner, 
Donald Lewis, Alfonso Jones. Back 
row: Donald Hutchens, James Mer- 
ritt, Jospeh Mansfield, Tad Spauld- 
ing, Greg Miller, Antonio Williams, 
Robert Norton, Kevin Hayes, 
Charles Palmer, Alex Bridges, Roy 
Cheatham, Bobby Gammon. Hot 
Pictured: Frank Tardy, Ben Sayles, 
Marcus Elliott. 





Dax Peterson, junior, enjoys a 
lighter moment of camaraderie 
wfith a North Central Panther, his 
cousin. 



"Rip-pie, Rip-pie . " Rockets get 
fired up during a pre-game huddle. 



71 



Soccer's a kick 



With giant strides, Mark Munson 
freshman, goes for the killer kick 




Exhausted from a grueling match, 
the soccer team catches their 
breath. 



72 Soccer 



Intently watching the game from 
the sidelines are Will Torke, senior 
and Eric Huffman, junior. 




SOCCER Andy Farrar, Greg Swallender, Mark Munson, Doug Qreenburg, Brian Rust, Mark Carpenter, Doug 
Bracken, Teddy Van Riper, Chad Bracken, Matt Davis, Mike Babcock, Andy Whitmire. Back Row: Coach Rust, 
Chris Stahl, Coach Van Riper, Scott McPlew, Jacque Couvillion, Mark Foster, Ryan Smith, Will Torke, Kari Torke, 
Bret Hammond, Bret Mills, Kent Wynn, Colin Kam, Coach Maury James, Mike Robinson, Kyle Priest. 



Soccer 73 



Ireland named 
to all-city team 



Lisa Ireland, senior, 
rushes to bump up a 
blocked spike while 
Dawn Williams, Wendy 
Greenburg, senior, and 
Birgitte Nielsen, senior, 
cover her. 





VARSITY Mgr. Delicia Whitney, Shin Morgan, Mgr. Missy Mall. Second 
Row: Dawn Williams, Brigitte Nielson, Mickey Nguyen, Mary Calloway. 
Third Row: Kelly Miller, Dori Sircy, Mandy Beck, Wendy Greenburg, Lisa 
Ireland. Back Row: Janice Verplank, Jerry Spencer, Debbie Renee. 




The varsity team looks ready to conquer and defeat any other team 
that might stand in their way. 



Mickey Nguyen, sophomore, practices her 
power serve that could knock down the entire 
football team. 



74 Volleyball 




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JUNIOR VARSITY Mgr. Delicia Whitney, Shin Morgan, Mgr. Missy Mall. 
Second Row: Carrie Calloway, Angela Spearman, ChaRhonda Walker, 
Margi Boyles. Third Row. Cutina Willis, Mickey Nguyen, Becky Buhner, 
Melbra Sharp. Back Row. Janice Verplank, Jerry Spencer, Debbie Renee. 



FREStlMEnn^r. Delicia Whitney, Angela Stem, Mgr. Missy Mall. Second 
Row. Meather Young, Katrina Richardson, Tricia Robinson. Third Row. 
Crystal Smith, Wendy Byard, Sarah James. Back Row: Janice Verplank, 
Jerry Spencer, Debbie Renee. 




Wendy Greenburg, senior, though 
only 5'3", demonstrates perfect 
spiking form. 



Angela Spearman, sophomore, 
and Wendy Byard, freshman, ea- 
gerly and intensely await the bail. 



Volleyball 75 



Brooks, Schloss shine in city 



Sharing only three 
losses between them, 
the boys' and girls' cross 
country teams rolled up 
impressive records for 
the 1988 season. 

First place finishes be- 
came the norm, as junior 
Chris Ayers, junior David 
Brooks, freshman PJita 
Brooks, sophomore Her- 
man Kothe and junior 
Laura Schloss consis- 
tently won in regular sea- 
son meets. 

With a winning time of 
16.15, David Brooks was 
crowned city champion 
while Schloss was city 
runner up. 

As a team, the girls 
were city runners-up with 
an 11-1 record. The boys' 
team (10-2) took a third 
place city finish. 

At the Tech Invitation- 
al, over 100 runners, rep- 
resenting 15 schools, 
competed in both the 
boys' and girls' division. 
David Brooks took first 
while the boys' team 
placed fifth, and Mita 
Brooks and Schloss 
placed third and fourth, 
which assisted their 
team to a third place fin- 
ish. 

It was not unusual for 
all seven members of the 
girls' team to place in an 
individual meet; against 
Washington, the girls 
swept the first seven 
spots! Likewise, the 
boys' team usually had 
several runners in the 
top 10. 

With the bulk of the 
team underclassmen. 
Coaches Koers and 
Riensche look forward to 
a strong 1989 season. 




BOYS' CROSS COUnTRY Jason Basile, David Keuthan, Brian Moore, Kevin Shonfeld, Johnny Short;, Chris 
Stem, Jacob Prell. Back Row: Herman Kothe, David Brooks, Chris Ayres, Doug Harvey, Dane Mahem, Danny 
Moore, Coach Tom Riensche. 




Laura Schloss, junior, shov*/s the 
form that vi'on her second place 
in the city championship at 
Broad Ripple Park. 




GIRLS' CROSS COUNTRY Qen Robey, Rache Montgomery, Katrina Rich- 
ardson. Back Row: Fiita Brooks, Laura Schloss, Kim Wiikins, Lisa Boyles, 
Coach Pat Koers. 



76 Cross Country 



Surrounded by the pastoral 
beauty of White River and au- 
tumn oaks, Johnny Short, soph- 
omore, Jason Basile, junior, and 
Chris Stern, junior, run. 



David Brooks, junior, Herman 
Kothe, sophomore, and Brian 
Moore, sophomore lead the 
pack. 

4 



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r 







Side by side, Rache 
Montgomery and Geri 
Robey, both juniors, 
run the three-mile 
course at Broad Rip- 
ple Park. 



35 
15 



Heritage 49 

Tech 47 

Manual 40 

Ritter/Brebeuf 32 

north Central 17 

Scencina (inc.) 

Washington 50 

Roncalli 44 

Tech Invitational 3rd 

Place 

CITY 2nd Place 

Cathedral 31 

Howe 49 



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Cross Country 77 



Whooosh! 



Boasting a 13-3 record, 
the best in the city, the 
Rocket's 1988-89 basket- 
bail season was as spar- 
kling as the team's new fa- 
cilities. The Broad Ripple 
Express kept four starters 
in double figures, and had 
city leaders in scoring, re- 
bounding three-point accu- 
racy and steals. 

Last year's five returning 
lettermen (Kevin Lee, Don- 
yell Meredith, Charles 
Miles, Jeff Robinson and 
William Taylor) continued 
their strong play which led 
to a 14 win season in '87- 
'88. 

Lee led the team with a 
16 point game average, 
which included a .438 
three-point accuracy per- 
centage. Robinson and 
Taylor checked in at 10 and 
13 points per game, and 
cleaned the boards with 7 
and 9 rebounds a piece. 
The duo also made the all- 
city tourney team. State- 
speedster Miles earned a 
3.5 game average for 
steals. 

There was no shortage of 
excitement as three games 
went into overtime, with the 



Tipton match-up a thrilling 
double OT. Going into the 
city tourney with a 20th 
place ranking in the AP me- 
dia poll, BR tasted sweet re- 
venge, burying Chatard, 
which took away the sting 
of an early season defeat at 
home. 

However, a 5-5 Cathedral 
team eeked out a 64-62 OT 
upset after a controversial 
foul call with just eight sec- 
onds on the clock. Said Ca- 
thedral coach Howard Ren- 
ner after the game, 
"Anyone knows if we run 
with them, they'll run us 
out of the gym. " 

Quickness, good jumping 
ability, team spirit, unself- 
ishness and a deep bench 
were cited by third year 
coach Roger Schroder as 
making BR a highly compet- 
itive team, never did the 
Rockets lack of height hin- 
der their explosive, intense 
and often dazzling team 
play. 

The luck of the Irish 
burned BR again as Cathe- 
dral came from behind in 
regular season play to hand 
BR their third loss from a 
school that begins with C ". 




guard Charles Miles jumps for 
two. Miles was a leader in steals 
for the city. 







Senior forward Sam Hudson 
seems unfazed by the fact that his 
jersey and warm-up number don t 
match. 

Center William "Wimpy" Taylor, 
senior, goes for a bucket against 
the Hornets. With a 13-point game 
average, he made the all-city tour- 
ney team. 



78 Basketball 




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VTlKS/ryJefr Robinson, Kevin Lee, 
Troy Williams, William Taylor, 
Doug Harvey, Donyell Meredith. 
Back Row: Coach Roger Schroder, 
Charles Miles, Hume Nelson, Sam 
Hudson, Vincent Thomas, Juan Al- 
exander, Assistant Coach Louis 
riorris. 

JUniOR Duane Gibson, Michael 
Kennedy, Sean Weeks, William 
Smith, Edward Brookins, Sean 
Henry. Back Row: Coach Tom 
Riensche, Lonnie Roundtree, La- 
fonte McAtee, Don Cooley, Dewane 
Qooley, Leland Adair, Jamie 
Thomas, Jason Payton, Assistant 
Coach Chris Qivens. 



FRESHMAIi Larry Adams, Steve 
Sullivan, Titus Hooten, Marlon 
Baker, Damon Smith, Richard Cov- 
ington, Ron Hardin. Back Row: 
Coach Don Mutchens, Derrick Car- 
penter, Damond Williams, Mike 
Jones, Jerry Bebley, Shawn More- 
land, John Yates, Guy Vahle, Rob- 
ert Mcrarland, Manager Preston 
Ford. 





It's a flurry of arms and legs as 
sophomores Jason Payton and 
Sean Henry and junior Doug Har- 
vey fight for possession against 
the Redskins. 



Varsity Basketball 

BR Manual 64 

74 Tech 71(OT) 

75 Maconaquah 80 

81 Chatard 78 

55 Scecina 53 

65 Northwest 72 

86 Roncalli 64 

78 Howe 68 

77 Ritter 72 

76 Tipton 72 (20T) 

77 Arlington 70 

90 Chatard-CITY 51 

80 Cathedral-CITY 64(OT) 

62 Washington 58 

88 Brebeuf 69 

76 Cathedral 86 



Basketball 79 



Lady Rockets boast 12-6 record 



The 12-6 Lady Rockets 
had three players consis- 
tently in the top 10 city 
leaders. Senior Lisa Ireland 
was second in both scoring 
(21 point average) and re- 
bounding (15) and sixth in 



blocked shots. Senior Wen- 
dy Greenburg, even though 
injured and out several 
games, managed a .412 av- 
erage for three-point accu- 
racy, and was eighth in as- 
sists. Varsity guard Rhonda 



Walker, only a freshman, 
was seventh in steals with a 
four per game average. 

In addition, Ireland was 
named to the Hoosier Bas 
ketball Magazine's Top 100 
girls high school basketball 



players. 

The Lady Rockets have 
great expectations for tour- 
ney time. 





Varsity 




BR 






55 


Brebeuf 


. . .71 


59 


north Central . 


. . .47 


61 


Washington . . 


.42 


31 


Westfield 


.28 


44 


new Albany .... 


. . .37 


40 


Chatard 


. . .37 


54 


Cathedral 


. . ,47 


44 


Lawrence north . 


. . .43 


46 


Arlington 


. . .52 


53 


Chatard 


. . .51 


91 


northwest 


. . .69 


59 


Scecina 


. . .47 


38 


Howe 


. , .54 


63 


Manual 


. . .38 


43 


Tech 


. . .54 


31 


Hamilton S.E. . . . 


. . .45 


52 


Park Tudor 


.26 


47 


Arlington 


aJ 



Senior Lisa Ireland drives for two. 





VARSITY Coach Conner, Cristy Babcock, mgr., Monica Jackson, Shannon Maskins, Lisa 
Ireland, Crystal Smith, Cindy Chappell, Becky Record, mgr.. Coach Verplank. Back Row: 
ChaRhonda Walker, Bridgette Mielsen, Mama Gill, Kathy Mazelett, Melbra Sharpe, Wendy 
Greenburg. 




JUniOR I'/lKS/Ty Becky Record Mgr., Aretta Moore, Katrina Richardson, Mary Calloway, 
Sarah Record, Mandy Beck, Cristy Babcock, mgr., Back Row: Debi Renee, trainer. Faith 
Tumbow, Shrenta Hewlett, Crystal Smith, Amber Larsen, nita Brooks, Jerry Spencer, 
coach. 



80 Lady Rockets 



The junior varsity team liuddles togetlner to hear some words of 
encouragement from Coach Spencer. 




Hoping the bail will drop in, Wendy | 
Greenburg, senior, and Monica 
Jackson, junior, watch anxiously. 



S-T-R-E-T-C-H! Kathy Hazelett, jun- 
ior, caught in a rather awl^ward po- 
sition, loosens up with the varsity 
squad before a game. 



WRESTLERS Adam Pruitt, David 
Wall, Warren Collins, Mark McMil- 
lian, David Kuethan. Second Row: 
Albert Sawyer, Brian Moore, Da- 
mon Mills, Merman Kothe, Louis 
Brown, Marc Carpenter. Third Row: 
Coach Elmore, Jamont Wilson, 
Malcom McQruder, Amold Mick- 
ens, Tony Williams, Jacques Cou- 
villion, Ed Smith, Robert Evens, 
Coach Allen, riot Pictured: Donald 
Bogan. 



WRESTLERETTES Jerri Robi, Ni- 
cole Hall, Ruth Ann Candler, 
Rache' Montgomery. Second Row: 
Joi Robinson, Martha Riley, Felicia 
Craddock, Denise Richardson, 
DeAnn Knox. Back Row: Melinda 
Jermison, Robin Jones, Ladonna 
Jones, Erika Wilson. 



Marc Carpenter, sophomore, and 
Merman Kothe, sophomore, prac- 
tice their wrestling techniques. 



Albert Sawyer, sophomore, pins 
his opponent. 




82 Wrestling 




Managers Chris Lakin, freshman, 
and Malia Storrer, junior, get 
doused while Coach Lanam watch- 
es serenely. 

David Brooks, junior, prepares to 
compete in the 500-yard freestyle. 




SWIM TEAM Clark Thomp- 
son, Johnny Love, Nick La- 
kin, David Brooks, Josh 
Kupke, Rob Skehan, David 
Wilson, Justin Herderson, 
Qarriman Woods, Stepfen 
Miser, John Farrar. 



M i Hi i Hi iiiiiiii m H ii i ti i « i« w"f«»^ 

Senior David Wilson flies off 
the starting blocks in the 
100-yard breast stroke. •«» 



Swimming 83 



Qive me an R"! 



84 Spirit 




Because of Shawna Brown's spirit 
and enthusiasm, she was named 
Miss USCA and Miss 'SS-'Sg All 
Around American Cheerleader at 
summer camp. 




VARSITY Shawna Brown, Nicole 
Mahem, Deanna Hester, Ayeesha 
Blow, Kathy Kirk, Malisha May- 
nard, Lydia Amerson. 



JUNIOR VARSITY Denitra Fore- 
man, Hope Gray, Sliannon Tyler, 
Angela Stark, Renee Lacy, Jackie 
Parham. 



FRESHMEn Robin Cain, Pasha 
Donelson, Valeria Brents. Second 
Row: Joy Bizzle, Antoinette 
McClury, Lisa Watkins. Top: Cris- 
tina Alcasid. 



Spirit 85 




M. Dixon 



Dressed in white tie and tails. Cliff Junior Jenny Perrill leans w-a-y 
Walker, senior, enjoys some re- over while watching a soccer 
freshments at the prom. game. 



With eyes bluer than robins' eggs, 
Mike Babcock, sophomore, keeps 
watch from the sideline. 



86 Album Divider 





Patrick Koers: Science 
Shirley Lambert: Counselor 
Robert Lanam: ROTC 
Shirley Lloyd: Dean 
Don McCauley: Printing 
PhilHs Martin: Home Economics 
Elizabeth Merchant: Math 

Jacqueline Morgan: Special 

Education 
Christine Moulton: Foreign 

Language 
Sharon Mustaklem: Music 
Mary Micolini: English 
Linda Orban: Financial Officer 
David Otto: Science 
Lucinda Paul: Chair, Music 

Thomas Payne: Chair, Social 

Studies 
Becky Pence: Math 
Roger Raddatz: Science 
Jim Ray: Chair, English 
Tom Riensche: Physical Education 
Gene Ring: Athletic Director 
Shiriey Robey: Humanities 



Hilda Rolle: Chair, Home Economics 

Barbara Romeiser: Evening School 

Roger Schroder: Math 

Karel Seldner: Foreign Language 

Darlene Sipes: LMC 

Peggy Skok: English 

Aratha Smith: ROTC 



Leona Smith: Director, LMC 
Cliflf Snyder: Director, Evening 

Division 
Worman Stewart: ROTC 
Diane Strauss: English 
Mary Strayhorn: Business Education 
John Stephen Talley: Vice Principal 
Phyllis Todd: Physical Education 

John Tremain: Business Education 
Edith VanArsdall: Home Economics 
Mary Vance: Business Education 
Judith Vandenbark: Special 

Education 
Linda VanHoy: English 
Barbara Vargo: Counselor 
Janice Verplank: Special Education 



Deborah Williams: English 

Ann Williamson: Math 

Alyce Wilson: Art 

Corrie Wilson: Humanities 

Sylvia Wolf: Humanities 

Al Wolting: Sciene 

John Woody: Social Studies 

Quintella Wright: English 
Doris Young: Humanities 



Faculty/Staff 91 



Smile! 



Candid faculty 



Who is that masked teacher? It's 
Leigh Johnson, Walkabout coordi- 
nator and critical thinking instruc- 
tor. 

"Sister " Brenda Campbell, main >. 
office manager, brought a smile to •§, 
many who came to the principal's % 
office on Halloween. 




Rick Brown uses a celestial sphere 
to show the relationship of con- 
stellations to the earth. 



92 Faculty/StaflF 




Eeek! Jason unmasked! A knife- 
wielding Steve Talley grabs an un- 
suspecting Sylvia Wolf during 
Leadership at Bradford Woods. 




Doris Young demonstrates that laughter is 
the best medicine. 



Faculty/Staff 93 



/\merson-Cosby 



Has she eaten a lemon, found out 
something awful, or is this just 
how senior Karla Williams looks 
on an average day? Fellow senior 
Kristina Cwikia attempts to ignore 
her. 



Lydia Amerson FiMS 2-4, 
pres. 4; Clef Club 2-4, pres. 
4; Spanish Club 2, 4, pres. 4; 
Newspaper 2-4. 
Jeffrie Anderson Football 1- 
4; DECA 3-4; NHS 3-4; Latin 
Club 2-3; Spanish Club 1; 
Basketball 1-3. 
Lisa Beck DECA 3. 
Kate Bedwell NHS 3-4; Jun- 
ior Cabinet; Ripples 2-4; 
Leadership 1-4, Design 
Team 3-4; Yearbook 1-3. 
Frederick Bennett Golden 
Singers 3-4; .Madrigals 4; 
Band 1-4; Jazz Band 2-4; 
Stagecrew 1-4. 
Dionne Bishop Band 1; 
Booster Club 1-3; Basketball 
3; Track 2-4; Travel Club 4; 
Ripples 3. 

tiashia Bledsoe Academic 
Decathalon 3-4; Science 
Olympiad 3; French Club 1- 
4; Booster Club 1-4. 
Jason Bowling Qerman Club 
1-4; Latin Club 3; Stage 
Crew 3-4; Photo Club 2; 
Newspaper 4. 

George Bowman Basketball 

1; Track 1; DECA. 

James Boyd 

Doug Bracken Homecoming 

Candidate; Soccer 3-4; 

Wrestling 1-2; Baseball 4; 

Letterman 1-4. 

Joseph Brasher Golden 

Singers 4; Photo Club 2; 

Junto 3. 




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Paul Brewer Spanish Club 3- 
4; Physics Club 4. 
William Brewer Football; 
ROTC; Homecoming Candi- 
date; DECA. 
Shawne Brinhman 
Fam Briscoe Senior Cabinet; 
Girl's Basketball mgr. 1. 



Michelle Brooks DECA 3. 

Shawna Brown Cheerleader 

1-4; Junior Cabinet, vice 

pres.; Theatre 1-4; Ripples 1- 

4. 

Alec Budd Ben Davis 1-3. 

nicole Burt DECA 3; BPA 4. 



Dexter Butts Football 1-4. 
Shay Byrd Football 1-4; 
DECA 2; Homecoming Can- 
didate; Wrestling 1; Base- 
man 3. 

Ruth Ann Candler! rack 1-4; 
Auxiliary Corps 2-4; DECA 3- 
4; Homecoming Candidate. 
Lisa Chambers 



nikita Chandler 
Lagina Childs 

Lisa Choate NHS 3-4; Band 
1-3; Orchestra 1-3; German 
Club 2; Photo Club 2; As- 
tronomy Club 4. 
Kirsten Chrust One Acts 3-4; 
French Club 2-3; Thespians 
3-4; Masque & Mime 2-4; 
Thespian Play 2-3; Prelude 
Winner. 



RJck Chrust OBRC 4; One- 
Acts 4; Homecoming Candi- 
date; German Club 2. 
Detra Collins Auxiliary 
Corps capt. 4; NHS 3; Ger- 
man Club 3; AFS 1; Home- 
coming Candidate. 
Margaret Collins NHS 3-4; 
CPA 1-4; Marching Band 1-4; 
Orchestra 1-4; Spanish Club 
4. 

Sonya Cosby NHS 3-4; Auxil- 
iary Corps 1-2; lOL 4; Span- 
ish Club. 



95 



C ourtney-Qray 



Robin Courtney Humanities 
4. 

rranklin Crowe Baseball 3- 
4; newspaper 4. 
John Curry 

Kristina Cwihia One Acts 2- 
4; Ripples 1; Key Club 4; 
Spanish Club 4; Homecom- 
ing Candidate. 



Jennifer Dalton Leadership 

1-4, facilitator 3-4; French 

Club 1-4; Photo Club 1-4; 

Ripples 1-4. 

Shawn Dalton French Club 

1. 

Jason Davis Track 2; DECA 

2; ROTC 1; Basketball 1-3, 

capt. 1; Career Beginnings 

2; ALFE 2. 

Marchelle Davis Pom pom 2 

Booster Club 1; Wrestlette 3, 

French Club 2; Math Tutor 3 

Orange Aid 2, 4. 

Faige Davis Thespians, pres 
4; One Act dir. 4; Golden 
Singers 4; Senior Cabinet- 
Clef Club 4. 
Stephanie Depp 
Dorothy Dewaet Foreign Ex- 
change Student (Belgium); 
French Club 4; AFS 4; 
Homecoming Candidate. 
Shannon Doom 



Monica Dunn 

Leslie Einhom CPA Theatre 

1-4; One Acts 2-4; Ripples 1; 

Thespians. 

Meredith Emmons Band 1-2; 

Auxiliary Corps 1-2; CPA 

Dance 1-4. 

Emily Essenberg Yearbook 

1-4, ed. 4; Quill & Scroll 3-4; 

Ripples 2-4; Volleyball 1-2; 

Softball 1-2. 



Sonya Esters 

Mautrice Everett Senior Cab- 
inet; COE President 4; Bas- 
ketball 1; Honor Roll 3. 
Deann Ferguson 
Richard Fields 




96 




Mark foster Leadership 1-4; 
Soccer 2-4; Baseball 1-2; 
Swimming 2; French Club 1- 
4; Photo Club 1-3. 
Randy Fritz 

Michelle Gaines MMS 3-4; 
Physics Club 4; Spanish 
Club 3-4, Band 1-2; Key Club 
2; Junto Club 3. 
Adam Gallagher 



Henry Gallagher 
Bobbie Gammon Football 4; 
Basketball 1; Senior Cabi- 
net; Ripples 3-4; Clef Club 2- 
4. 

Felicia Gibson COE 4; Or- 
ange Aid 2; Booster Club 2; 
Softball 1; Humanities 3; 
Messenger 1. 

Victoria Gieselman ROTC 
Drill Team 2-4, commander 
3; Latin Club 1-2; Human- 
ities Advisory Council 2-3. 

Amy Godfrey Golf 1-4; Rip- 
ples 2-4; Leadership 1; Soft- 
ball 1. 

Tiffany Qoens French Club 
2-3; Rippleaires 4. 
Tamara Goode Orange Aid 
Officer 1-4; Rippleaires 4; 
lOL 4; Humanities 1-3. 
Annette Gray 



James Quick, senior, is always 
ready with a smile, especially at 
prom. 



97 



Qreenburg-James 



Wendy Greenburg Student 
Council 1-2; Homecoming 
Candidate; Basketball 1-4, 
capt. 4; Softball 1-4; Volley- 
ball 1-4. 

Phillip Greenwood MMS 3-4; 
Football 1; Band 1-4; Jazz 
Band 4; ROTC 1-3. 
Fhiandra Griffin DECA 3-4, 
state secy. 4; Auxiliary 
Corps 2; Orange Aid 2-4; 
Booster Club 2-4. 
Rella Griffin MHS 2-4; Lead- 
ership 3-4; Band 1-4, treas. 
2; Ripples 2-4; Homecoming 
Candidate. 

Gina Grundy Golden Singers 
2; Madrigals 2-3; Homecom- 
ing Candidate; DECA 3-4; 
Junior Cabinet. 
Dorothy Hamilton 
Meridth Hammer PiHS 2-4; 
Physics Club 3; Band 1-3, 
vice pres. 2; Latin Club 3; 
Ripples 3-4; Tennis 1-4. 
Bret Hammond riHS 5-4; 
Soccer 2-4, capt. 4, 



rrankie Hardy DECA 1. 

Toni Harrell MHS 3-4; Senior 

Cabinet; Upward Bound 3-4; 

Track 1-2; Booster Club, 

secy. 

Richard Hart ALFE; Career 

Beginnings; Basketball; 

DECA. 

J. Mark Haslem Humanities 

1-3; Walkabout 3; Spanish 

Club. 



Fred Hawthorne CHS 1; 
riCHS 2-3; Football 4; Track 
4; Letterman 1-4. 




Friends since the first day of high 
school, seniors Kristen Lively and 
Jason Bowling try to stay warm at 
the homecoming game. 




Ann Klein newspaper 1-4, 
ed. in chief 4; MMS 2-4; Quill 
fif Scroll 5-4, pres 4; One 
Acts 3-4, dir. 4. 
Quita Knazzenns 2-4; Lead- 
ership 2-4, Design Team 4; 
Madrigals 3-4; Golden Sing- 
ers 4; Orchestra 1-2. 
Michelle Krick BQMS 1-2; 
Diving 2; Cheerleadlng 1-2; 
Band 1-2; Spanish Club 2; 
Humanities 3-4. 
Betsy Lee Yearbook 3-4, 
photo ed. 4; Leadership 2-3; 
Quill & Scroll 4; Newspaper 
3; Photo Club 2-4. 

Kevin Lee Football 1-4; Bas- 
ketball 1-4; Track 3-4; 
Homecoming Candidate. 
Marquetta Lewis Auxiliary 
Corps 2-4; Student Council, 
treas. 4; Junior Cabinet; Or- 
chestra 1-3. 

Kristin Lively Ripples 3-4; 
One Acts 3; NHS 2-4, vice 
pres. 4; Clef Club 4, vice 
pres. 4. 

Saulo Lopez Southwest HS, 
Miami, FL 1-3; Yearbook 4; 
Spanish Club 4; Close Up 4. 

Christopher Lotzow Wise. 1- 
3; One Acts 4; AFS 4; Phys- 
ics Club 4; Masque ae Mime 
4. 

Clifton Lyies Football 4, 
capt; Track 3-4; Wrestling 3; 
Spanish Club 1; Photo Club 
2. 

Valerie Nagallon-Qraineau 
Foreign Exchange Student 
(Martinique); AFS 4; French 
Club 4. 
Mary Marbley 

Jenny Marcum Yearbook 2- 
4; Volleyball 1-3; Basketball 
1-3. 

Thelma Marhey CPA 2; Or- 
ange Aid 1; Booster Club 1; 
Track 4. 

Emory Massie Track 3; 
DECA 3-4. 

Matt Maybury Ripples 3; 
Madrigals 3; Brain Game 3; 
National Merit Scholarship 
Semifinalist 4; Golf 3. 



Veronica McAtee Drill Team 
1-3; Rope Detail 2-3; ROTC 
1-3; DECA 3. 

Deborah McCray ROTC 1-4; 
Rope Detail 1-3; Drill Team 
1-3; Color Guard 1-3. 
Roselyn McDonald Mocal En- 
semble; ROTC, 
Andrea Mclntyre Orchestra 
1-4; Leadership 4. 



101 



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cMorris-Reed 



Rachael McMorris Home- 
coming Queen; PiflS 3-4; 
Leadership 4; Ripples 2-3; 
One Acts 3. 

William Meyntjens Foreign 
Exchange Student (Bel- 
gium); AFS 4; Qerman Club 
4; Physics Club 4. 
Shawn Miles Football 1-4; 
Baseball 1; Photo Club 4; 
Astronomy Club 4. 
Bret Mills 



Yolanda Montgomery DECA 
3-4; MMS 3-4; Legion of Hon- 
or 1-4; Legion of Merit 1-4. 
Erica Morgan Booster Club 
1; Orange Aid 2; COE 1. 
Dominic Morone Band 1-4. 
Annette Murdoch DECA 3-4; 
Senior Advisory Council; 
Band Auxiliary 1-4. 



Demetricia Murrell 
Birgitte fiielsen Foreign Ex- 
change Student (Denmark); 
Volleyball 4; Basketball 4; 
Letterman 4. 

John rioel riHS 3-4; March- 
ing Band 1-4; Jazz Band 3-4; 
Physics Club 4; Golden Sing- 
ers 4. 

Robert Piorton Football 1-4; 
DECA 3; Baseball 4; French 
Club 1-2. 



Betsy noyes Yearbook 1-4, 
co-ed. 4; Ripples 1-4; Lead- 
ership 1-2, fac. 4; Golf 1-4; 
riHS 3-4. 
Carmen Ogier 
Charles Orrison Wrestling 1- 
2; Golf 1; Physics Club 3-4; 
Humanities Adv. Council 4. 
Kristin Orwig Humanities 3- 
4; Performing Arts 2-3; Cross 
Country 3; Track 4. 



Donnie Payne Baseman 4. 
nikki Perdue Junior Cabi- 
net; COE 1; Senior Cabinet. 
Kenya Perkins 
Miranda Perry French Club 
1-4; MHS 2-4; Yearbook 2-4; 
newspaper 2-4; Ripples 1-4. 




102 




"I finally see the light!" After four 
years at BR, senior Reggie James 
understands what life — and 
English — are all about. Here he 
pretends to perceive as a blind per- 
son might. 



Jon Phillips HMS 2-4; Rip- 
pies 1, 4; Homecoming Can- 
didate; German Club 1-4; 
Photo Club 3-4. 
liyle Priest Soccer 1-4, capt. 
3-4; Leadership 1-4, Design 
Team 3-4; Musical 2-4; Mad- 
rigals 2-4. 

Alan PruittnnS 3-4; newspa- 
per 3-4; Madrigals 4; Quill & 
Scroll 3-4; Ripples 3-4. 
Twanya Pryuer Junior Cabi- 
net; Student Council 4; COE 
4; Homecoming Candidate. 

James Quick 

Sanford Ragland ROTC 1-2. 
Lamont Raine Basketball 1; 
Football 1; Track 4. 
Walter Reed ROTC 2. 



103 



J^itchie-Vaden 



Kim Ritchie 

Michael Robinson MMS 4, 

Soccer 2-4; Ripples 3-4; 

Hoosier Boys State 3; hews- 

paper/Yearbook 3-4. 

Daisy Sanders Pom Pom 2- 

3; Junior Cabinet; COE & 

BPA, Treasurer 4; Wrestlette 

3-4. 

Shawndolyn Sanders MHS 3- 

4. 



Jennifer Satterfield nMS 3-4; 
Basketball 1-3; DECA 3-4; 
Junior Cabinet; Senior Cabi- 
net. 

David Saunders 
Taquita Short 

Amy Sloan Qoiden Singers 
3-4. 



Monique Smith DECA 3-4; 
Junior Cabinet; Volleyball 3; 
lOL 3; Basketball 1. 
Darice Snorton Booster 
Club 1-4, pres. 4; Junior 
Cabinet; Track 2-3; Ripples 
3. 

Janice Sou thai I ROTC. 
Leslie Southern 



One of senior Rachael McMorris' 
goals is to model, and she gets an 
idea of what it might be like when 
she poses for her senior portraits. 




104 




Fayone Spaulding French 

Club 1-2; Photo Club 2-3. 

Diana Spears 

Maike Stachowiak Foreign 

Exchange Student (Qerma- 

ny). 

Deatra Stevenson 



Jason Strong ROTC 1-4; 
Baseball mgr. 1-2; Swim- 
ming 3. 

MIchele Talison CPA Pre- 
mieres 2; CPA Honors Recit- 
al 2; German Club 1; Qolden 
Singers 1. 
Anna Tate DECA 4. 
Stacey Taylor DECA 4. 



Tasha Taylor DHS 3-4 

Homecoming Candidate 

lOL 3; COE 4; Travel Club 4, 

Typing Contest Winner 1-2. 

William Taylor Basketball 1- 

4; 

Windy Teague Golf; Photo 

Club. 

Dacus Thompson 



Darren Thompson MHS 3-4; 
Who's Who 4; Senior Cabi- 
net; Boy's State 3; French 
Club 2. 

Kimberly Thompson Boost- 
er Club 2; DECA 3-4. 
Miesha Thompson Booster 
Club 1-2; Pom Pom 1-2; 
Travel Club 4. 
Will Torke riHS 2-4; Jazz 
Band 4; Soccer 4; Ripples 2- 
4; Madrigals 3; German Club 
1-4; Physics Club 4. 



Wendy Traylor 
Paul Traynor Ripples 1-4; 
CPA Play 1-4; Thespians; 
One Acts 1-2; Thespian Play 
1; Prelude Winner. 
William Tucker 
Shatonya Vaden Cheerlead- 
er 1-2; Booster Club 1; Jun- 
ior Cabinet; Legion of Honor 
&r Merit 1-3. 



105 



yanDeusen- Young 



Sarah VanDeusen MHS 3-4; 

Latin Club 1-4; Cheerleader 

1-2; Leadership 2; Tennis 2; 

newspaper 2. 

Alicia Vandever French Club 

1; DECA 3-4. 

Daria Vaughn DECA 3, vice 

pres.; Student Council 2; 

Physics Club 4; Spanish 

Club 2-4; Ripples 3-4. 

Clifford Walker ROTC 1-4. 



Christina Wallihan DECA 3- 
4; Spanish Club 1; Legion of 
Honor 1-3; Humanities 1-4. 
Rachel Walsh Art Salon 1-2; 
Legion of Honor 2; Cadet 
Teacher 4; Senior Cabinet. 
Shannon Waterman OBRC 
4; Drama 3; One Acts Public- 
ity Head 4. 
Lori Watford 



Kimberly Webb Dance 3. 

Toby Webster 

Jauwana White COE 3-4; 

DECA 3; Spanish Club 1-2; 

Latin Club 3. 

Jeanine White 



Lee White newspaper 4; 
Physics Club 4; Orchestra 4; 
Humanities Advisory Coun- 
cil 3-4. 

Molly White Latin Club 1; 
Basketball 3; Ripples 3. 
Angela Williams DECA 3; 
Cosmetology 2-4; Who's 
Who; Legion of Honor 1-3. 



Cecilia Williams 
Charene Williams Human- 
ities 2-4. 

Jackie Williams French Club 
3; Science Club 1; Track 2. 




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Karia Williams Ripples 1-3; 
Homecoming Candidate- 
Golden Singers 3; Thespi- 
ans 1-4. 

Tisnol Williams DECA 3; 
Booster Club 1. 
Brian Wilson Band 1-4; Jazz 
Band 1-4; MHS 4; Homecom- 
ing Candidate; Key Club 4. 
David Wilson Tennis 1-4 
Swim Team 1-4; Ripples 3-4, 
Latin Club 3; Leadership 2 
Golden Singers 4. 



Diana Wilson Military Ball 
Queen 3; Orange Aid, vice 
pres. 3, pres. 4; Latin Club 2; 
ROTC 1-4. 

Pamela Wilson Theatre 1-3; 
Thespian 4; OBRC 4; One 
Acts 4; Masque & Mime 1-3; 
Humanities 1-4. 
Kate Winslow 

Jacqueline Winston Booster 
Club 1-2; DECA 3; Orange 
Aid 2; Softball 1; Messenger 
3-4. 

Gina Woodard Humanities 
1-4; Rippleaires 2-3; Booster 
Club 1. 

Latham Tim Woods Elec- 
tronics major; ALFE 2-4; 
Basketball 1. 

Kent Wynn Leadership 1; 
Golf 2; Spanish Club 2; Soc- 
cer 4; Homecoming King. 
Kimberly Young 



An attack of senioritis hits 
Emily Essenberg and Katie 
Winslow. Fortunately, they'll 
be cured June 9. 



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Junior Melissa Hamilton scrapes 
her cleats before competing in the 
city track meet at lUPUI. ..-^ 



Angela Adams 

Tamara Agnew 

Ronnie Alcasid 

Malani Alexander 

Jennifer Allen 

Krish Allen 

Addie Anderson 



Dana Anderson 

Jeff Anderson 

Kendra Anderson 

Tiffany Anderson 

Johanna Ard 

Qina Armstrong 

Tammy Armstrong 



Hansen Amold 

Leonard Amold 

James Ash 

Chris Ayers 

Antwon Baker 

Qlen Baker 

Becky Bamhart 



Tim Bamett 
Jason Basille 
Regina Baugh 
nicole Beavers 
Orlando Beck 
Paul Bell 
Kevin Bentley 



Cynthia Beuoy 

Qene Bias 

Mario Bimm 

Tawana Bishop 

Craig Blanchet 

Ayeesha Blow 

Lisa Boyles 




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Patricia Braci^ 
Christopher Brenton 
Alex Bridges 
Catrina Brightwell 
Anthony Brool^s 
David Brooi^s 
Harvey Brool^s 



Deaneka Brown 
Jasmine Brown 
Lisa Brown 
Louis Brown 
Marl< Brown 
Roman Brown 
Tonya Brown 



Regginald Brownlee 
Forrest Brummett 
David Bucl^ 
Cyrus Buci^iey 
Patricia Buciuier 
Carmen Budd 
Angela Buescher 



Sherry Buford 
Zach Buhner 
Darlene Buries 
Darwin Buries 
Shane Bury 
Anita Cains 
Cariotta Campbell 



Greg Carlson 
Greg Carney 
Britt Carter 
Elin Caughey 
Valerie Chambliss 
nikita Chandler 
Tammy Chandler 



Cindy Chappell 
Barbara Chatman 
Aaron Churchill 
Anthony Clark 
Tamika Cleveland 
Cristin Clock 
Latina Cole 



Pearline Coleman 
Rose Colvi.. 
Christina Cook 
Michelle Cook 
Vanessa Cooper 
Charles Cork 
Brian Cottrell 



Susann Couts 
Pierre Couvillon 
Kyle Covert 
Keela Covington 
Kenneth Cox 
Jimmie Crafter 
Suzie Craney 



Jane Crawford 
Tina Crombaugh 
Kelly Cronin 
Katrina Croom 
Duane Curry 
Brian Dalton 
Garrett Dalton 



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Prince Davidson 

Clarence Davis 

John DeVine 

Thomas Degan 

Fredrick Demming 

Kelly Dickens 

Michael Dixon 



Donald Dovall 

Brian Duff 

Rebecca Duncan 

David Durham 

George Durham 

Mark Durrah 

Chaczea Easley 



Amessia Edgeston 

Steven Edwards 

Dashelle Evans 

Lavitra Evans 

Mallory Evans 

Michael Evans 

Tamika Evans 



Rhea Farmer 

John Farrar 

Eloise Finnell 

Mark Fisher 

Andrea Ford 

Denitra Foreman 

Aaron France 



Tarence French 

Kenya Garrett 

Patrick Gerth 

Dwayne Gibson 

Mama Gill 

Carol Gilliam 

Larry Goens 



Lashavm Golden 

Stephen Goodall 

Christopher Gorden 

James Graham 

Elizabeth Qramer 

Hope Gray 

Merri Gunyon 



Anthony Hall 

Melissa Hall 

Raejean Hall 

Johnetta Hamilton 

Melissa Hamilton 

Regina Hammer 

Peter Handley 



Malynda Hardy 

Jennifer Harper 

Johnnie Harris 

La Tonya Harris 

Douglas Harney 

Shannon Haskins 

Matthew Hatcher 



Roberta Hatchett 

Kevin Hayes 

Cameron Haywood 

Kathryn Hazelett 

Steven Henderson 

Jerry Hendricks 

Jennifer Hennig 




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An ebullient Kelly Dickens, junior, 
gives a whoop of joy: next year, 
she'll be a SEniOR! 




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Amy Holmes 
Frances Hon 
Eric Huffman 
Alan Hughes 
Marsha Hunt 
Anthony Hunter 
Stephanie Hyatt 



Richard Hyde 
Robert Ingram 
Roberta Ingram 
Monica Jackson 
Efram James 
Deana Jared 
Brian Johnson 



Doreka Johnson 
Lonnita Johnson 
Monica Johnson 
Gordon Jones 
Monica Jordan 
Tashima Jordan 
Kevin Jordon 



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Junior Melissa Milby peeks around 
a comer to check if the coast is 
clear. 



Majwa Khazal 

Katherine Kirk 

Dionne Kiser 

Heather Klein 

Kelley Kriete 

Nelissa Kuehi 

Corletta La Orange 



Renee Lacey 

Kevin Lane 

Todd Lantz 

Ladonna Lasley 

Hercel Leveringston 

Carmen Lewis 

Charles Lewis 



Michelle Lewis 

Maureen Lindsey 

Josh Lingenfeiter 

Lutricia Little 

Jacqueline Lowry 

Stephanie Luter 

Mariska Lutz 



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Sharon Mack 
Dane Mahern 
Nicole Mahem 
Thomas Major 
Denyce Malone 
Alvin Manawat 
Douglas Manly 



Monteil Marik 
rieesha Markey 
David Martin 
Micheal Massie 
Gray Matalucci 
Malisha Maynard 
Rafel McBrady 



Tracy McClain 
Joi McDiarmid 
Cory McQIan 
Camille McKinstry 
Stephanie Meals 
John Merriweather 
Michael Messie 



Antoine Mickens 
Howard Miller 
Kelly Miller 
Terri Miller 
Rache Montgomery 
Daniel Moore 
Lynette Moore 



Donnie Morris 
Rebecca Mull in 
Colin Mulvaney 
Brian Murphy 
JefFery Murto 
Damon Myers 
Christopher Nelson 



Tiffany Nelson 
Elizabeth Noel 
Kathy Nuckles 
Lori O'Qrady 
Anya Oaks 
Julie O'Brian 
Chill Will Oliver 



Eric Overpeck 
Jackquelyn Parham 
JefFery Parker 
Kewana Parker 
Michelle Parker 
Christopher Peavy 
Stephanie Peete 



Jennifer Perrill 
Kiel Perry 
Aaron Peterson 
Dax Peterson 
Michael Pettrie 
Erin Piccolo 
Sabaea Pipkin 



Laura Pitts 
Anthony Porter 
Wanda Porter 
Crystal Posey 
Pamela Powell 
Alesha Puckett 
Michael Rachell 



113 



Kevin Reed 

riichole Reid 

Denise Richardson 

Dennis Richiardson 

Pete Richardson 

Martha Riley 

Qerri Robey 



Cher Robinson 

Derricl^ Rockingham 

ingrid Rockstrom 

Michelle Roe 

Sammi Rogers 

Maida Romero 

Michele Roney 



John Ruby 

Howard Sandefur 

Amon Sanders 

Donnell Sanders 

Sarai Sanders 

Astrid Sarlito 

Trina Saunders 



Phyllis Sarver 

Benjamine Sayles 

Laura Schloss 

Candace Sears 

Wilson Sherels 

Teia Sherrell 

Kate Shoup 



Patrick Sipes 

Dori Sircy 

Robert Skehan 

Christopher Smith 

Eric Smith 

Eugenne Smith 

Gregory Smith 



nicole Smith 

Samuel Smith 

Tamrell Smith 

Karen Southers 

Ramona Spells 

Joereather Spivey 

Charles Starks 



Christopher Stem 

Bridgette Stevens 

Jessica Stevens 

Malia Storrer 

Meegan Stutler 

Christopher Sullivan 

Heather Sullivan 



Cessha Terry 

Lekisha Thomas 

Stacie Thomas 

Ronnita Thompson 

Michelle Thurston 

Gregory Tillman 

Kia Tonge 



Antoinette Toran 

Christine Traylor 

Christopher Tucker 

Renee Tumer 

Tawana Twyman 

Connita Tyson 

Kisha Tyson 





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Shonvella Wallace 
Ronald Walton 
nikkie Warren 
Sarah Warriner 
Candance Washington 
Ron Washington 
Kelly Watford 



Deborah Watkins 
Albert Weathers 
Kris Webster 
Sherri Webster 
Clinton Wentworth 
Gregory Whelchel 
Eric Whisler 



Teresa Whitlock 
Tiffany Whitney 
Michael Whitt 
riicole Wilbum 
Kimberly Wilkins 
Anthony Williams 
James Williams 



James Williams 
Lavern Williams 
LaVon Williams 
Tracy Williams 
Deven Willis 
Erika Wilson 
Kim Wilson 



Paul Wilson 
Trenton Wilson 
Walter Winters 
Monica Woods 
James Yarbrough 
Charles Yates 
Casuandra Young 



Melissa Zajac 



Cross country team members, 
Danny Moore, Dane Mahern, Chris 
Ayers, Herman Kothe, Kevin 
Schoenfeld, and Dave Brooks, 
brave the cold and bare their 
chests for BR before the junior 
Olympics in Illinois. All are juniors 
except Kothe (sophomore) and 
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Leland Adair 

Rebecca Adams 

Davita Akers 

Melanie Alexander 

Myree Alexander 

Marsha Allen 

Roy Allen 



Steve Allen 

Andrea Alvies 

Donald Anderson 

Kevin Anderson 

Sasha Anderson 

Erez Ascher 

John Asher 



Garrett Atkinson 

Michael Babcock 

Felicia Bacon 

David Bailey 

Michael Ball 

Cheryl Ballard 

Jennifer Barnard 



Tracy Bamett 

Madeline Beck 

Kristen Beckley 

April Beckviith 

Robert Berry 

Craig Bledsoe 

Charles Bloucher 



Donald Bogan 

Melanie Boles 

Melode Bovi^ers 

Jason Boyd 

Ronald Boyd 

Tangela Boyd 

Majorie Boyles 





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Sharrona Breeding 
Tony Brents 
Scott Bridges 
Brandy Brinkman 
Kim Broadnax 
Casey Brogan 
Edward Brooi^ins 



Reeclieile Brool^s 
Derel^ Brown 
Maria Brown 
riicole Brown 
Christopher Brummer 
David Buddenbaum 
Becky Buhner 



Amy Bums 
Bridget Bums 
Louis-Tyrone Burris 
Mary Calloway 
Marcus Carpenter 
Lisa Carroll 
Anise Carter 



Carlisa Carter 
Roy Cheatham 
Ricky Clark 
Maurice Clemons 
William Cleveland 
Jeff Clubs 
Kenneth Coats 



Charles Cole 
Timeka Cole 
Damon Coleman 
Marlon Coley 
Talair Coley 
Don Cooley 
Benjamin Cooper 



Kathy Copenhaver 
Emie Cosby 
Jacques Couvillion 
Addie Cox 
Donald Coy 
Debra Crabtree 
Ron Crabtree 



Felecia Craddock 
Sandy Dalton 
Michael Daniels 
Dewayne Davis 
James Davis 
Matt Davis 
Nina Davis 



Tom Dawson 
Victoria Dawson 
Bobby DeFrantz 
Martha Deaton 
Amee Deberry 
Dede Dodd 
Cornelia Donaldson 



Charies Dowe 
Anita Dowell 
Jennifer Dubeansky 
Shawnetta Dycus 
Edward Eans 
Robert Eastwood 
Steve Eiland 



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Yulanda Ciland 
Danita Elliott 

Katherine Eynon 
Beverly Fager 
Almee Farber 
Alison Farber 

Merschel Finger 



Cherise Flowers 

Brandy Foist 

Cara Foster 

Tamela French 

Catherine Fuller 

Daphne Futrell 

Tammy Futrell 



Qeiovonnia Galloway 

nicole Qant 

Sean Gardner 

Catrina Garten 

Angela Garvin 

Charles Gee 

Michael Gerth 



Anthony Gill 

Kristen Gillaspy 

Ryan Gindhart 

Cheri Golden 

DeWayne Gooley 

Tamara Gorden 

Muriah Qovan 



Jason Graves 

Rebecca Gray 

Roderick Grays 

nadine Green 

Tracy Green 

Doug Greenburg 

Chadd Griffin 



Merie Griggs 

Anita Grigsby 

Heather Grimes 

Sally Grimes 

Galondia Grooms 

Trephina Gonn 

noah Gustafson 



Jessica Hale 

Craig Hall 

Kristen Haynes 

DeAndre Hayworth 

Anthony Henderson 

Justin Henderson 

Geoff Hennig 



Sean Henry 

Dallas Henson 

Shaenonn Hill 

B.J. Hillard 

DeShawn Hollinsworth 

Lonnie Hopkins 

Jason Howard 



Traci Hughes 

Stephanie Hunt 

Jamie Hunter 

Jana Hurt 

Torrey Huston 

Rodney Hutchinson 

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Cornelia Johnson 
De Carlo Johnson 
Dwayne Johnson 
Timolyn Johnson 
Alfonso Jones 
Angelique Jones 



Crystal Jones 
Danelle Jones 
Robert Jones 
Tara Jones 
Bernard Judy 
Evan Kam 
Bartley Kelly 



Michael Kennedy 
Tiffany King 
Jeffrey King 
James Kirkhoff 
Yolanda Kirkland 
Margaret Kloepper 
Byron Kothe 



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With photography instructor Josh 
Kantor, Josh Kupke and Mike Bab- 
cock, sophomores, form a striking 
still-life of "trio with port-o-let. " 




Herman Kothe 

Heather Krause 

Joshua Kupke 

nicholas Lakin 

Amber Larsen 

Cynthia Lattimore 

Kim Lawence 



Laura Leavell 

Lisa Lee 

Doug Lemaster 

Daymond Lewis 

Donald Lewis 

Kamal Lewis 

Deon Liggans 



Susan Liggett 

Sonya Lutgring 

Justin Lynch 

Martha Macklin 

Katrena Madry 

Joanna Magher 

Marvin Mapp 



Richard Maynard 

Lefontae McAtee 

Micolaus McDonald 

Shonta McFarland 

Anneta McQregory 

Stacy Mclntyre 

Christina McKenney 




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Christine McKinley 
Angela McKinney 
Michael Mcrieiil 
Christopher Mcriew 
ri. Meek 
Grace Meils 
Angela Meloy 



James Merritt 
Kenjia Merritt 
Andre Micl^en 
Arnold Mickens 
Melissa Milby 
John Miller 
Hazel Minton 



Shonda Montgomery 
Angelia Moore 
Brian Moore 
Joseph Moore 
Kito Moore 
Marshall Moore 
Shermaine Moore 



Shin Morgan 
Robin Morris 
Brian Morrison 
Roger Naylor 
Brian Fielson 
Shana nelson 
Mai Khanh riguyen 



Sarah nichols 
James riitchman 
Caprishus Oliver 
Chris Oliver 
Carol Orth 
Julie Orth 
Chris Otto 



William Overman 
Melvin Owens 
Michelle Owens 
Kelly Packwood 
Charies Palmer 
Erica Palmer 
Ray Parham 



Tawana Parham 
Alex Parrish 
Jason Payton 
Dana Peacock 
T. Penn 
Jerry Peterson 
Sherrye Pittman 



Stephen Pounds 
Mashelle Rainey 
Kiesha Ransom 
Amaris Rasheed 
Sarah Record 
Fredrick Tim Reed 
Pam Reiger 



William Resnover 
Micole Reynolds 
Relita Rhodes 
Stacey Rhodes 
Katrina Richardson 
Adrienne Rife 
Rhonda Riley 



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Rhonda Roberts 

Anthony Robinson 

Ladonna Robinson 

Michael Robinson 

Tia Robinson 

DeWaun Rockingham 

John Rolle 



Lonnie Roundtree 

nathaniei Russell 

Brian Rust 

Christopher Salyers 

Antoinette Sanders 

Markeetha Sanders 

Qretchen Sauer 



Albert Sawyer 

Stuart Sayger 

Jesse Schuiz 

Wayne Scruggs 

Kenya Seymour 

Baari Shabazz 

Niki Shabrokh 



Melbra Sharpe 

Amy Sheperd 

Raquel Sherels 

Joyce Shields 

Lisa Shillman 

Leah Sieck 

Donna Sims 



Ronnetta Slaughter 

Anita Smith 

Damien Smith 

Edward Smith 

Kreslen Smith 

Lacendra Smith 

Tenia Smith 



William Smith 

Siria Sneed 

Lawrence Spaulding 

Michael Spaulding 

Angela Spearman 

Danny Spears 

Christopher Stahl 



Angel Stark 

Craig Steffey 

Dionne Stewart 

Victor Stewart 

Sonya Stinson 

Kathy Stone 

Terineka Stoner 



Robert Stricklin 

Katrina Swan 

Chariotte Swegman 

Frank Tardy 

Dion Taylor 

Phyllis Taylor 

Antonio Thacker 



Damien Thomas 

Jesse Thomas 

Jeff Threlkeld 

Kerrie Timberiake 

Wilbert Timberiake 

Tikilia Tinker 

Sammy Tinnin 



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Deon Tubbs 
Deshawn Tucker 
Shelley Turner 
Shannon Tyler 
Jerry Valentine 
Ted Van Riper 
Sherri Vibbert 



Brandy Vinson 
Michelle Walker 
Clevonne Washington 
Kara Waterman 
Thomas Watson 
Nikki Wheeler 
Keishana White 



Margaret White 
Tanesha Whitfield 
Trina Whitlock 
Delicia Whitney 
Jennifer Wigley 
Jason Wilde 
Ellen Wiley 



Cheri Wilkerson 
Dawn Williams 
Gary Williams 
Marc Williams 
Matthew Williams 
Nicole Williams 
Matthew Williamson 



Cutina Willis 
Sheresa Wills 
Dorian Wilson 
Tamara Wilson 
Andrea Winder 
Maria Winder 
Emie Winston 



Rachelle Wortman 
Steven Wright 
Kimberly Ying 
Steven Zimmer 
Erika Zimmerman 
Latanya Smith 



Even while in the hospital, sopho- 
more Brian Rust craves knowl- 
edge, as he reaches for his back- 
pack full of books, note Health text 
on nightstand. 



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Eric Abner 

Larry Adams 

Cristina Alcasid 

Diana Anderson 

Fawhn Anderson 

Larry Anderson 

John Armstrong 



Keith Armstrong 
Christy Babcock 
Angela Bailey 
Daniel Bailey 
Marlon Baker 
Jason Barker 
Renee Bames 



Rhonda Bames 

Annjatica Beasley 

Jerry Bebley 

Ryan Becley 

Michael Bell 

Audrico Berry 

Dora Berry 



Mishel Beizner 
Robert Bishop 
Joy Bizzle 
LaTrese Boyd 
Chad Bracken 
David Bradley 
Kadeana Bradley 



Paula Bradley 

Valerie Brents 

Eric Brewer 

Kevin Brewer 

Crystal Brooks 

Jessica Brooks 

Nita Brooks 








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Iris Brown 
nicole Brown 
Tasha Brown 
Clayton Bruce 
Elizabeth Brunner 
Angle Buckley 
Deandra Buford 



Candace Bullock 
George Burt 
Lakanzr Butter 
Wendy Byard 
Carmen Byrd 
Robin Cain 
Christopher Caldwell 



Carrie Calloway 
Evelyn Calvin 
Janetta Cambell 
Lori Capps 
Rickey Cardwell 
Bruce Carey 
Derek Carpenter 



Bryen Carter 
Perry Carter 
Mia Carther 
Kimberiy Caudle 
Dana Chambers 
Kimberiy Chambers 
Kyle Chambers 



William Chapman 
Kathleen Cherry 
Betsy Childers 
Alicia Clark 
April Clark 
Jnanl Clay 
Rudy Coban 



Jerri Cole 
Warren Collins 
Jenlece Conn 
John Conner 
Valarie Coomes 
Lynnoila Cooper 
Marian Coppess 



Jennifer Coulson 
Richard Covington 
Fanita Cowherd 
Edward Crafter 
Mary Crockett 
Elian Crooke 
Amber Crowe 



Sherban Crowe 
Dawn Curry 
Shannon Danforth 
Alexandra Danner 
Crystal Davenport 
Nelson Davis 
Rebecca DeBono 



Mlriah Denman 
Aaron DePew 
Aukisha Dillard 
Maggie Dix 
Christian Dolan 
Scott Dollahan 
Pasha Donelson 



125 



Jevon Douglass 

Carrie Drews 

Christina Duncan 

Jody Dunning 

Angela Dycus 

Damon Dycus 

Jessica Eckley 



Brittany Eddy 

Kindra Degeston 

Charies Edwards 

Anthony Eggert 

Christina Elson 

Martina Emmelman 

Robert Evans 



Kimberiy Ezell 

Michelle Farmer 

Myree Farmer 

Andrew Farrar 

Taleb Fazle 

Holly Ferrell 

Eleanor Finnell 



Kelly Folson 

Laronda Forbes 

Monica Ford 

Valeria Ford 

Melissa Forthofer 

Mary Frey 

James Frye 



Twila Fuqua 

Trinette Qadis 

Deandre Gaines 

Erica Gardner 

Alpha Garrett 

Samantha Garrett 

Jennifer Gaunt 



Valerie Gee 

Cathy Gentry 

Willis Gerholdt 

Sarah Gilchrist 

Deonne Gipson 

Simmone Gooch 

Carrie Goodman 



Katrina Gorman 

Melissa Green 

nancy Green 

Robert Green 

Helena Guzman 
Gregory Hale 
Demond Hall 



Micole Hall 

Ronald Hardin 

Cynthia Harper 

nicole Harris 

Jennifer Hawkins 

Koramanti Hayden 

Christine Hazelett 



Sarah Henn 

Bruce Hendricks 

Shrenta Hewlett 

Misty Hickerson 

Kriss Higgins 

Bruce Hill 

Lovette Hill 











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Carrie Goodman, freshman, 
smiles, for she doesn't need a per- 
mit because she doesn't drive a 
car! Fellow freshman Rebecca De- 
Bono lends a helping hand. 



Tamica Minkle 
Janal Hite 
Tammy Hobdy 
Michael Hooper 
Tashona Hooten 
Titus Hooten 
Kendra Hopkins 







Heather Hopper 
Tamara Hoskins 
Demian Hostetter 
Cassandra Howard 
Rosalyn Hudson 
Katrina Huffman 
Kahlil Hughley 



Sheldon Hunter 
Matasha Hums 
Richard Hurst 
Makia Hyde 
Charlenea Jackson 
Claudenia Jackson 
Jameil Jackson 



127 




Lashawn Johnson 
Marie Johnson 
Randall Johnson 
Shani Johnson 
Anthony Jones 
Cherrice Jones 
Chris Jones 



John Jones 

La Donna Jones 

Michael Jones 

Bobbie Keefer 

La Tonya Kelly 

Elyria Kemp 

Jermaine Kemp 



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David Keuthen 
Tima Kimble 
Tonya Kimble 
Dewayne Kincy 
riichole King 
Jamie Kirkman 
Deanna Knox 



Christina Lakin 
Henry Layrock 
Tammie Leavell 
Monique Leftridge 
TaWanna Lewis 
Koknosh Lismon 
Melvin Little 



Brad Lockhart 
Michael Logan 
Cory Lohman 
Anthony Love 
John Love 
DeVonna Lowe 
Cherie Lyles 



Christopher Macy 
Sean Malloy 
Sylvia Napp 
Laura Marcum 
Lisa Margerum 
Selena Marshall 
Ann Martin 



Lawrence Matrin 
Lakeshia Mason 
Dana Maupin 
Johnny Maxey 
Meghan Mayer 
Robert McCalep 
Antoinette McClury 



Andrea McCoy 
Aliya McCulIough 
Erick McDonald 
Kelli McFariand 
Allen McFadden 
Robert McFariand 
Malcolm McQruder 



Derrick McLin 
Mark McMillian 
Kim McManus 
Arthur Mendez 
Diondra Meredith 
Richard Miller 
Stephen Monhollen 



Brian Mitchell 
Aretta Moore 
Shawn Moreland 
Chon Morrow 
Jacob Moss 
Daniel Mottern 
Amber Moy 



Mark Munson 
Stephanie Murphy 
Kieshia riickerson 
Juanita Morris 
Timothy Oakley 
Mandy O'Qrady 
Nathan O Hara 



129 



Arkeva Offutt 

Elizabeth Olden 

Jeanette Oldham 

Michael Oliver 

Ebonie Osborne 

Veronica Parker 

Dawn Parrott 



Renea Parrish 

Shawnita Parrish 

Charles Payne 

Yvonne Peterson 

Mary Phillips 

Rachel Piccolo 

Vernon Pipkin 



Charles Plummer 

Damon Pope 

Amanda Porter 

Jennifer Powell 

Jacob Prell 

Adam Pruitt 

Eric Raine 



Freshmen Mark Munson and Karl ' ' 

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William Ratliff 
Rebecca Record 
Johnny Rayborn 
Lorian Reed 
Robert Reid 
Richard Roberts 
Katrina Richardson 



Mashona Richardson 
Timothy Rico 
Adrian Reiley 
Richards Roberts 
Joi Robinson 
Patricia Robinson 
Robert Robinson 



Philip Robleto 
Tina Roe 
Angela Rogers 
Meredith Rogers 
Shannon Morphew 
LaShawn Rose 
Nancy Ross 



nakia Roundtree 
Tamara Rowe 
Lamar Rowley 
LaTrice Ruffin 
Cheryl Rush 
Lajuan Russell 
Donald Sanders 



Terrina Sanders 
Valencia Sanders 
Anita Satterfield 
Charlene Schilling 
Kevin Schoenfeld 
Ryan Schultz 
Donald Scott 



Dreana Scott 
Betty Sexton 
Rebekah Shafer 
Jeremy Shawver 
Sara Shea 
Michael Sheldon 
Joanna Sheperd 



Christopher Sherrill 
Venus Short 
Kenneth Snorten 
Scott Siegman 
Ashley Simmons 
Conrad Simpson 
Misti Sloan 



Crystal Smith 
Damone Smith 
Daniel Smith 
Domisha Smith 
Jamie Smith 
Mary Smith 
Michael Smith 



Scott Smith 
Terri Smith 
Kenneth Snorten 
Qoldie Southern 
Addie Spahr 
Tia Spells 
Courtney Spivey 



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Andrew Steadham 

Angela Stem 

Joseph Sterrett 

Michael Stewart 

Deborah Stoelting 

Heather Stone 

Sylvester Stone 



Christina Stowe 

Farrell Strickland 

Loretta Strother 

Carrie Stroud 

William Sturdivant 

Marcus Sturghiss 

Steven Sullivan 



Jerri Sutton 

Greg Swallender 

Michael Tandy 

Jerome Taylor 

Twasha Taylor 

Swanetta Thomas 

Clarke Thompson 



Karemen Timberlake 

Kari Torke 

Jennifer Truex 

Gregory Tuck 

Fayth Tumbow 

Latifa Turner 

Tamara Turner 



Danielle Tyson 

Andre Vaden 

Michelle Vaden 

Guy Vahle 

Anbdre Voorheis 

Tiyanda Wade 

Trina Wade 



Antonio Walker 

Charronda Walker 

nicole Walker 

David Wall 

Audrey Waller 

Joha Walters 

Kiesha Warren 



Lisa Watkins 

Michael Watson 

Roxanne Watson 

Gary Watts 

Michelle Watts 

Jodi Weaver 

Danielle Webster 



Shawn Weeks 

David Weidenbener 

Jeff Weisner 

Kristina Welham 

Kisten West 

Sirena West 

Jeffery Wharton 



Larry White 

Katherine Whitham 

Dave Whitley 

Andrew Whitmire 

Rufus Wickliffe 

Damond Williams 

Loveda Williams 





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Mark Williams 
Randy Williams 
Sabrina Williams 
John Willis 
Tiyana Willis 
Antonio Wilson 
Bobbi Wilson 



George Wilson 
Kelly Wilson 
Randy Wofe 
Patricia Wood 
Sonja Woodruff 
Qarriman Woods 
Timothy Wright 




Eight little Rockets, perched 
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Calloway, sophomore. 
Heather Stone, freshman, 
Pierre Couvillion, junior, 
Meghan Mayer and Robin 
Cain, freshmen, and Leah 
Sieck, sophomore, enjoy 
the woods at Leadership. 



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Win highlights dedication 



The Lady Rockets played Brebeuf 
in t^ hew gym riovember 15. The 
ribboTr falls away as James Stutz, 
supervisor of athletics for IPS, 
does the honor while athletic di- 
rector Gene Ring, acting principal 
Henry Easter, and juniors Micole 
Mahern and Kathy Kirk look on. 

Let the games begin! Juniors Mi- 
cole Mahern and Ayeesha Blow 
wave high the snipped ribbon, sig- 
nalling the start of Hoosier Hyste- 
ria, BR-style. 



ROTC guard members Ronnita 
Thompson, junior, Stepfan Miser, 
senior, Martha Deaton and Ree- 
chelle Brooks, sophomores, Au- 
drea McCoy, freshman, and Mi- 
chael Spaulding, sophomore, 
present the colors. The dedication 
ceremony marked the culmination 
of years of planning and construc- 
tion. 



144 Gym Dedication 




The expressions on the faces of 
fans Richard Fields, senior, Den- 
ise Richardson, junior, Alex 
Bridges, junior, Kenneth Snorten, 
freshman, Darice Snorten, senior, 
and Lisa Boyles, junior, show their 
delight with both the team's per- 
formance and the facilities. 




Henry Easter, acting 
principal, Lillian Da- 
vis, president, IPS 
Board of School Com- 
missioners, and Dr. 
James A. Adams, su- 
perintendent, snip the 
ribbon at the gym 
dedication ceremony 
November 18, 1988. 



Gym Dedication 



Asbestos. AIDS. Anns 
Talks. Air Jordan 

Abner, Eric ... 124 

Academics Divider . . . 

44 

Activities Divider ... 8 

Adair, Leiand ... 39, 

79. 116 

Adams, Angela . . . 108 

Adams, Dr. James . . . 

145 

Adams, Larry ... 79. 

124 

Adams, Mary ... 90 

Adams. Rebecca . . . 

116 

Agnew, Tamara . . . 108 

Akers, Davita . . . 116 

AKins, Alice ... 90 

Album Divider ... 86 

Alcasid, Christina . . . 

85, 124 

Alcasid, Ronnie . . , 108 

Alexander, Dejuane . . . 

79 

Alexander, Melanie . . . 

22. 24, 116 

Alexander, Maiani . . . 

15, 16. 18, 19, 108, 139 

Alexander, nyree . . . 

32, 116 

Allen, Jennifer . . . 39, 

50, 108 

Allen, Krish ... 40, 108 

Allen, Marsha ... 116 

Allen, Roy ... 116 

Allen, Steve . . . 116 

Alvies, Andrea . . . 116 

Amerson, Lydia ... VI, 

VII. 16, 18, 22, 24, 30, 

31, 33, 36, 37. 38, 39, 
85, 94 

Anderson, Addle . . . 

108 

Anderson, Dana . . . 

108 

Anderson, Diana . . . 

124 

Anderson, Donald . . . 

116 

Anderson. Fawhn . . . 

32, 33, 124 
Anderson, Jeffrie . . . 
29, 70. 71, 94 
Anderson, Jeffrey . . . 
29. 31, 40, 71, 108 
Anderson, Kendra . . . 
108 

Anderson, Kevin . . . 
116 

Anderson, Larry . . . 
124 

Anderson, Shan ... 64 
Anderson, Tiffany . . . 
108 

Applegate, Charlene 
... 90 
Ard, Joanna ... 22, 32, 

33, 38, 39, 55, 108 
Armstrong, John . . . 
124 

Armstrong. Keith , . . 

124 

Armstrong, Tammy ... 

108 

Amold, Hansen . . . 

108, 139 

Amold, Leonard . . . 40, 

108 

Ascher, Erez . . . 116 

Atkinson. Qarrett . . . 

34, 116 

Atwood, Mary Jo 
Ayres, Chris ... 29, 39. 
67, 76. 108, 115 

Bush, Bud Bowl, Broad 
Ripple, Bull Durham 
Bat)cock, Christy . . . 
36. 80, 124 
Babcock, Michael . . . 



VII. 6. 7. 22. 29. 32. 33. 
39. 66, 67, 73, 80, 86, 
116, 120 
Bacon, Felecia ... 35, 

36, 37, 66, 116 
Baetzhold, Sandra . . . 

37, 90 

Bailey, Angela . . . 124 
Bailey, David . . . 116 
Bailey. Daniel . . . 124 
Baker. Qlen ... 32. 36, 

37, 108, 139 

Baker, Jason . . . 124 

Baker. Marlon ... 79. 

124 

Baker, Mike ... 64. 65 

Ball, Michael ... 116 

Ballard, Cheryl . . . 116 

Band ... 34 

Banks. Carlos ... 71 

Barlow, Cliff ... 66, 67 

Bamard, Jennifer . . . 

22, 38, 116 

Barnes, Renee . . . 124 

Barnes, Rhonda . . . 

124 

Bamett, Tracey . . . 116 

Bamhart, Becky ... 22, 

25, 31. 33, 36, 37, 38, 

60, 69, 70, 108 

Baseball ... 65 

Basketball ... 78 

Basile, Jason ... 76, 

77, 108 

Bateman. Doug . . . 30, 

90 

Bauer, Adam ... 65 

Beasley, Annjatica . . . 

124 

Bebley, Jerry ... 33, 

79, 124 

Beck, Aimee ... 13 

Beck, Lisa ... 94 

Beck, Madeline ... 29, 

32, 33, 36, 37, 38, 39, 
59, 75, 80, 116 

Beck, Orlando . . . 108 

Beckley, Kristen . . . 

116 

Beckley, Ryan ... 34, 

124 

Beckwith, April . . . 116 

Bedwell. Katherine . . . 

V, 31, 33, 37, 38, 57, 94 

Beene. Betty ... 41, 90 

Beisner, Mishel . . . 124 

Bell, Michael ... 124 

Bell, Paul ... 108 

Bennett, Jon ... 14, 

15, 18, 22 

Bennett, Frederick . . . 

18, 34, 35, 36, 37, 94 

Benningfield, Amy . . . 

12 

Bentley, Kevin . . . 108 

Berry, Audrico . . . 124 

Berry, Dora . . . 124 

Berry, Robert . . . 116 

Beuoy, Cynthia ... VI, 

33, 38, 39, 108 
Bevington, Joyann . . . 
90 

Bias, Qene . . . 108 
Bimm, Marl ... 39, 108 
Bishop, Dionne ... 22, 

34, 66, 67, 94 
Bishop, Reggie ... 12, 
13, 21 

Bishop, Robert . . . 124 
Bishop, Tawana . . . 66, 
108 

Bizzle, Joy ... 85. 124 
Blanchet, Craig ... II, 
30, 33, 38, 108, 156 
Bledsoe, Craig . . . 116 
Bledsoe, nashia ... 32, 

38, 94 

Bloucher, Charles ... 

116 

Blow, Ayeesha ... I, 

28, 85. 108, 144 

Bogan, Donald . . . 30. 



34. 66, 67, 82, 116 

Boles, Mellanie ... 116 

Bollen, Richard ... 62, 

67, 71 

Booster Club ... 28 

Bowers, Melodle . . . 

116 

Bowling, Jason ... 18, 

24, 30, 39, 94, 99 

Bowman, Qeorge . . . 

94 

Boyd, James ... 94 

Boyd, Jason . . . 116 

Boyd, Latrese ... 35, 

124 

Boyd, Ronald . . . 116 

Boyd, Tangela . . . 116 

Boyles, Lisa ... I, 28, 

29, 30. 33. 38, 39, 66, 

76, 108, 145 
Boyles, Margorie . . . 
32, 33, 38. 75, 116 
Brack, Patricia ... 40 
Bracken, Chad ... 73, 
124, 128 

Bracken, Doug . . . VII, 
29, 73, 94 

Bradley, David . . . 124 
Bradley, Kadeana . . . 

32, 124 

Bradley, Paula . . . 124 
Brain Game ... 31 
Brandstetter, Diane . . . 

66, 67, 90 

Brasher, Joseph ... 36, 
37, 94 

Breeding, Sharrona . . . 
117 

Brenton, Christopher 
... 109 
Brents, Anthony ... 66, 

67, 71, 117 
Brents, Eddie ... 59 
Brents, Valerie ... 85, 
124 

Brewer, Eric . . . 124 

Brewe, Kevin . . . 124 

Brewer, Paul . . . 30, 

34, 35, 39, 95 

Brewer, William ... 95 

Bridges, Alex ... 66, 

67, 71, 109, 145 

Bridges, Scott . . . 117 

Brinkman, Brandy . . . 

117 

Brinkman, Shawne . . . 

95 

Briscoe, Pam . . . 61, 

95 

Britton, Felisha ... 30, 

31, 55 

Brodnax, Kim . . . 117 

Brogan, Casey ... 22, 

117 

Brookins, Edward . . . 

79, 117 

Brooks, Anthony ... 3, 

109 

Brooks, Crystal . . . 124 

Brooks, David ... 8, 

29, 31, 39, 66, 67, 76, 

77, 83, 109, 115 
Brooks, Harvey . . . VIII, 
54, 109 

Brooks, Jessica ... 22, 

33. 39, 124 
Brooks, Michelle . . . 
95, 147 

Brooks, Mita ... 39, 76, 

80, 124 

Brooks, Reechelle . . . 

32, 117. 144 
Brown, Darrell ... 39 
Brown, Deaneka . . . 38, 
109 

Brown, Derek . . . 117 

Brown, Iris ... 125 

Brown, Jasmine . . . 50. 

109 

Brown, Lisa . . . 109 

Brown, Louis . . . 82, 

109 



Brown, Maria . . . 117 
Brown, Mark . . . 109 
Brown. Micole . . . 117. 
125 . . . Brown, Rick 
... 90, 92 

Brown, Roman . . . 109 
Brown, Shawna ... 32, 

37, 85, 95 

Brown, Sheila ... 12, 

13 

Brown, Tasha . . . 125 

Brown, Tonya . . . 40, 

109 

Brownlee, Regglnald 

... 109 

Bruce, Clayton . . . 125 
Brummer. Christopher 

... 22, 39, 117 
Brunner, Elizabeth . . . 
39, 125 

Brust, Danielle ... 55 
Buck, David . . . VII, 39, 
109 

Buck. Matt ... 64, 65 
Buckley, Angle . . . 125 
Buckley, Cyrus ... 30, 
31, 35, 39, 69, 109 
Buckner, Patricia . . . 
39, 109 

Buckner, Robert ... 89 
Budd, Alec ... I, 95. 
155 
Budd, Carmen ... 31, 

33, 39, 64, 109 
Budden, Herb ... 31, 
90 
Buddenbaum, David 

... 17, 34 
Buescher, Angela . . . 

34, 39, 109 
Buford, Deandra . . . 
34, 125 

Buford. Sherry . . . 109 
Buhner, Rebecca . . . 
33, 75, 117 
Buhner, Zachery . . . 
22, 38, 65, 109 
Bullock, Candace . . . 
125 

Burdick, Larry ... 90 
Burks, Darlene ... 40 
Burk. nicole ... 41 
Burks, Dariene . . . 109 
Burks, Darwin . . . 109 
Burks, Kathryn ... 90 
Bumett, Marcia ... 90 
Bums, Amy . . . 31, 33, 

38, 117 

Bums, Bridget ... 68, 

117 

Bums, Femella ... 90 

Burris, Louis . . . 117 

Burt, Qeorge . . . 125 

Burt, riicole ... 41, 95 

Burton, Susan ... 90 

Bury, Shane . . . 109 

Bush, Anthony ... 34 

Butter, Lakanzra . . . 

125 

Butts, Dexter ... 40, 

71, 95 

Byard, Wendy ... 75, 

125 

Byrd. Carmen . . . 125 

Byrd, Shay ... 29, 40, 

70, 71, 95 

v^haos. Changes, 
Crusin', Chiiiin', Coca 
Cola in the Noming 

Cain, Jacqueline ... 90 
Cain, Robin ... 33, 35, 
85, 125, 133 

Renovation required 
removal of old asbes- 
tos. Air contamina- 
tion remained below 
danger level, howev- 
er. 



Cains, Anita ... 37, 


Cheatham. Roy ... 71, 


109 


117 


Caldwell, Christopher 


Cherry, Kathleen . . . 


... 34, 125 


125 


Calloway, Carrie ... 33, 


Childers, Betsy ... 125 


39. 75, 125, 128 


Childers, Andy ... 21. 


Calloway, Mary ... 22, 


152 


25, 29, 32, 33, 38, 39, 


Childs. Lagina ... 95 


66, 75, 80, 117, 133 


Choate, Lisa ... 22, 


Calvin, Evelyn ... 125 


31, 39, 95, 154 


Campbell, Brenda . . . 


Chrust, Kirsten ... 14, 


92 


15, 16, 18, 19, 95 


Campbell. Carlotta . . . 


Chrust, Rick ... 3, 14, 


31, 39. 109 


15, 16, 18, 22, 95, 154 


Campbell. Janetta . . . 


Churchhiii, Aaron . . . 


125 


109 


Candler, Ruth Ann . . . 


Cicak, Alexander . . . 


20, 22, 29, 32, 34, 40, 


142, 200, 324, 938 


66, 67, 82, 95 


Cicak, Elfi ... 90. 93, 


Capote, Truman , . . 38 


139 


Capps, Lori , . . 125 


Clark, Alicia ... 125 


Cardwell, Lana ... 90 


Clark, Anthony , . . 38, 


Cardweli. Rickey . . . 


39, 109 


125 


Clark, April ... 125 


Carey, Bruce . . . 125 


Clark, Richard ... 117 


Carison, Gregory . . . 


Clay, Jinani . . . 125 


38, 39, 53, 109 


Clemons, Maurice . . . 


Camey, Gregory . . . 


117 


109 


Cleveland, Tomika . . . 


Carpenter, Dawn ... 35 


40, 109 


Carpenter, Derek . . . 


Cleveland, William . . . 


79, 125 


117 


Carpenter, Marcus . . . 


Clock, Cristin ... 36, 


33, 65, 73, 82, 117 


37, 39, 109 


Carrico, Jennifer ... 35 


Coats, Kenneth ... 117 


Carroll, Lisa ... 117 


Coban, Rudy . . . 125 


Carter, Anise ... 117 


Coe, Carl ... 9 


Caster, Bryan . . . 125 


Coe, Rayna ... 34, 64 


Carter, Cariisa ... 66, 


COE ... 41 


67, 117 


Coe, Channon ... 64 


Carter, Fery ... 125 


Cole, Charies . . . 117 


Cart;her, Mia ... 125 


Cole, Jerri ... 125 


Cassell, Judy ... 64 


Cole, Latina . . . 109 


Casey, Frank ... 90 


Cole. Timika ... 61, 


Caudle, Kimberiy . . . 


117 


125 


Coleman, Damon . . . 


Caughey, Elin ... 22, 


117 


23, 25, 32, 33, 38, 39, 


Coleman, Peariine . . . 


61, 66, 109 


109 


Chambers, Dana . . . 


Coley, Marion ... 34, 


125 


117 


Chambers, Kimberiy 


Coley, Talair ... 66, 


... 1, 125 


117 


Chambers, Kyle . . . 


Collins, Detra ... 31, 


125 


34, 38, 95 


Chambers, Lisa ... 95 


Collins, Margaret . . . 


Chambliss, Valerie . . . 


31, 34, 39, 95 


3, 32, 109 


Collins, Robert ... 90 


Chandler, rtikita ... 10, 


Collins, Warren , . . 82, 


95 


125 


Chandler, Tamala . . . 


Colvin, Rose . . . 109 


109 


Conn, Jeniece . . . 125 


Chapman, William . . . 


Community . . . 134 


125 


Conner, Coach ... 80 


Chappell, Cindy ... 40, 


Conner, John . . . 125 


80, 109 


Construction ... 46 


Chatman, Barbara . . . 


Cook, Christina ... 10 


109 


Cook, Michelle ... 109 


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146 Index 





ASBESTOS 

CANCER AND LUNG 
DISEASE HAZARD 

AUTHORIZED PERSONNEL 

ONLY 

RESPIRATORS AND 

PROTECTIVE CLOTHING 

ARE REQUIRED 

IN THIS AREA 



Cooley, Don ,79, 

117 

Cootties, Valerie . . . 

125 

Cooper, Lynnolla . . . 

125 

Cooper, Vanessa . . . 

109 

Copenhaven, Kathy . . . 

39, 117 

Coppess, Maria . . . 125 

Cork, Charies . . . 109 

Cosby, Ernie . . . 117 

Cosby, Sonya . . . 31, 

49, 95 

Cottrell, Brian . . . 109 

Coulson, Jennifer . . . 

124 

Courtney, Robin ... 96 

Courtney, Shellise . . . 

40,66 

Couts, Susann ... 25, 

32, 55, 109 

Couvillion, Jacques . . . 
31, 33, 73, 82, 117 
Couvillion, Pierre . . . 
30, 31, 33, 38, 65, 109, 
133 

Covert, Kyle . . . 109 

Covington, Keela . . . 

109 

Covington, Richard . . . 

34, 79, 125 

Cowherd, Fanita . . . 

124 

Cox, Addie ... 117 

Cox, l^enneth ... 36, 

37, 54, 109 

Coy, Donald . . . 117 

CPA Advisory Council 

32 

CPA ... 54 

Crabtree, Debra . . . 

117 

Crabtree, Ronald . . . 

117 

Craddock, Telecia . . . 

20, 36, 37, 66, 82, 117 

Crafler, Edward . . . 125 

Crafter, Jimmie . . . 109 

Craney, Suzie . . . 109 

Crawford, Anne ... 13 

Crawford, Jane ... 22, 

33, 39, 40, 52, 68, 69, 
109 

Crittendon, Don ... 12 

Crockett, Mary . . . 124, 

125 

Crombaugh, Tina . . . 

109 

Cronin, Kelly . . . 109 

Crooke, Ellann ... 33, 

39, 124, 125 

Croom, Katrina . . . 109 

Cross, Country ... 76 

Crowe, Amber . . . 125 

Crowe, Franklin . . . 64, 

65, 96 



Crowe, Sherban . . . 
125 

Curry, Dawn . . . 125 
Curry, Duane . . . 109 
Curry, Jonathan ... 96 
Cushenberry, Brenda 
... 22, 90 
Cwikia, Kristina ... 33, 

39, 94, 96 

Dukakis, D.J. Jazzy 
Jeff and the rresh 
Prince, Drought, Don't 
Worry Be Happy, 
Dudeman, Def Leppard 

Dalton, Brian . . . 109 

Dalton, Qarrett . . . VIII, 

22, 109, 149 

Dalton, Jennifer ... 22, 

32, 33, 96 

Dalton, Sandy . . . 117 

Dalton, Shawn ... 96 

Danforth, Shannon . . . 

125 

Daniels, Michael . . . 

117 

Danner, Lexie ... I, 

125 

Davenport, Crystal . . . 

125 

Davidson, Prince . . . 

110 

Davis, Clarence . . . 110 

Davis, Dolly ... 16, 22, 

90 

Davis, James . . . 117 

Davis, Jason ... 29, 

40, 67, 96 

Davis, Lillian . . . 145 
Davis, Marchelle ... 96 
Davis, Matthew ... 19, 
32, 33, 73, 117 
Davis, l^elson . . . 125 
Davis, Piina ... 38, 117 
Davis, Paige ... 16, 17, 
18, 19, 20, 36, 37, 96 
Dawson, Jimmy ... 65 
Dawson, Toni . . . 117 
Dawson, Victoria . . . 
117 

Dearing, Marilyn ... 90 
Deaton, Martha . . . 117 
Deberry, Amee . . . 117 
DeBono, Rebecca . . . 
22, 33, 39, 125, 127 
DECA ... 40 
DeFrantz, Robert . . . 
117 

Degan, Thomas ... 33, 
40, 65, 110 
Demming, Fredick . . . 
110 

Denman, Miriah . . . 
125 

DePew, Aaron . . . 125 
Depp, Stephanie ... 96 
Devine, John . . . VII, 




110 

Dewaet, Dorothee . . . 

33, 38, 39, 96, 152 
Dickens, Kelly ... 14, 
15, 16, 18, 22, 33, 37, 
57, 110, 111 

Dillard, Arthur ... 155 
Dillard, Aukisha . . . 
125 

Dittus, Rebecca ... 90 
Dix, Maggie ... 22, 125 
Dixon, Michael ... 22, 
23, 25, 32, 38, 110 
Dodd, Dede . . . 117 
Dolan, Christian . . . 
125 

Dollahan, Scott . . . 125 
Donelson, Pasha . . . 
85, 125 

Doom, Shannon ... 96 
Douglass, Jevon . . . 
126 

Dovall, Donald . . . 110 
Dowe, Charies . . . 117 
Dowell, Anita . . . 117 
Dowell, Richard ... 90 
Dozier, Gloria ... 90 
Drews, Carrie . . . 126 
Dubeansky, Jennifer 
... 36, 37, 117 
Duff, Brian ... 22, 110 
Duke, Mike ... 65 
Duncan, Christina . . . 
126 

Duncan, Rebecca . . . 
110 

Dunn, Monica ... 96 
Dunning, Jody . . . 126 
Durham, David ... 34, 
110 

Durham, Qeorge . . . 
VII, 110 

Durrah, Mark . . . VII, 
110 

Dycus, Angela . . . 126 
Dycus, Damon . . . 126 

ISvan Bayh, Easy E, 
Eric B., EMPD, 
Earthquake, Elevator 
Passes, and the Return 
of E.T. 

Eans, Edward . . . 117 

Easley, Chaczea . . . 

110 

Easter, Henry ... 88, 

90, 114, 145 

Eastwood, Rob . . . 117 

Eckley, Jessica . . . 126 

Eddy, Brittany ... 33, 

126 

Edgeston, Amessia . . . 

110, 126 

Edwards, Charles . . . 

34, 126 

Edwards, Steven . . . 

110 

Eggert, Anthony . . . 

126 

Eiland, Steve ... 34, 

117 

Einhom, Leslie ... I, 9, 

54, 96 

Elliot, Danita ... 28, 

66, 118 

Elliot, Marcus ... 71 

Elmore, Kenny ... 82 

Elson, Christina . . . 

126 

Emmelman, Martina . . . 

126 

Emmons, Meredith . . . 

55, 96 

Eriandson, Derrick . . . 
65 

Michelle Brooks, 

senior, smiles at 
the thought of 
June and 
graduation. 



Essenberg, Emily . . . 

24, 25, 32, 96, 107 

Esters, Sonya ... 96 

Evans, Dashelle . . . 

110 

Evans, t^vitra . . . 110 

Evans, Mallory . . . 110 

Evans, Michael . . . 110 

Evans, Robert ... 82, 

126 

Evans, Tamika . . . 110 

Everett, Maurice ... 41, 

96 

Eynon, Katherine . . . 

30, 32, 38, 118 

Faculty Advisory, FUPI, 
rrisbee, Prlends, Past 
Car 

Faculty/Staff ... 88 

Eager, Beverly . . . 25, 

30, 32, 118 

Faille, Christopher . . . 

40 

Fairbum, Meiinda . . . 

90, 116 

Farber, Aimee . . . 22, 

27, 38, 118, 153 
Farber, Alison . . . VII, 

33, 36, 37, 118 
Farmer, Michelle . . . 
126 

Fanner, Rhea . . . 110 
Farrar, Andrew . . . VII, 
73, 126 

Farrar, John ... 69, 83, 
110 

Fazle, Taleb ... 126 
Feltner, Tim ... 12 
Fenstermaker, Sandy 
... 66, 69 

Ferrell, Holly . . . 126 
Ferguson, Deanne . . . 
96 

Fields, Richard ... 96, 
145 

Finger, Herschel ... 65 
Fincken, Alicia . . . 38, 
39, 90 

Finnell, Eleanor . . . 
126 
Finnell, Eloise ... 22, 

28, 32, 54, 110 
Finnell, Rudolph . . . 

34, 35, 90 

Fisher, Mark ... 28, 29, 

32, 40, 110 
Flora, Steve ... 12 
Flowers, Cherise . . . 
118 

Foist, Brandy ... 66, 

118 

Folson, Kelly . . . 126, 

139 

Football ... 70 

Forbes, Laronda . . . 

126 

Ford, Andrei ... 57, 

110 

Ford, Monica . . . 126 

Ford, Preston ... 79 

Ford, Valerie . . . 126 

Foreign Language . . . 

38 

Foreman, Denitra . . . 

66, 85, 110 

Forthofer, Melissa . . . 

126 

Foster, Cara ... 22, 32, 

33, 38, 118 

Foster, Mark ... 27, 30, 
33, 38, 73, 97, 153 
France, Aaron . . . 110 
French, Tamela . . . 118 
French, Tarence . . . 
110 

Freshman . . . 124 
Fritz, William ... 97 
Fry, Mary . . . 126 
Frye, James . . . 126 
Fuller, Catherine ... 8, 



27, 33, 38, 39, 118 
Fuqua, Twila . . . 126 
Futrell, Daphne . . . 118 
Futrell, Tammy . . . 118 

vJrateful Dead, Oreat 
Big new Gym, Qeraldo 
Rivera, Guns 'n' Roses, 
Gilbert 

Qadis, Trinette . . . 126 

Gaines, Deandre . . . 

126 

Gaines, Michelle . . . 

30, 31, 38, 39, 97 

Gallagher, Adam . . . 

40, 97 

Gallagher, Dan ... 88, 

90 

Gallagher, Henry ... 97 

Gammon, Bobby . . . 

21, 29, 36, 37, 71, 97, 
152 

Gant, Juan ... 90 
Qant, nicole . . , 118 
Gardner, Erica . . . 126 
Gardner, Sean ... 65, 
71, 118 

Qarrett, Alpha ... 126 
Garrett, Kenya . . . 110 
Qarrett, Samantha . . . 

32, 33, 126 

Garten, Catrina ... 39, 

118 

Garvin, Angela . . . 17, 

22, 33, 38, 118, 153 

. . . Gaunt, Jennifer . . . 
126 

Gearries, Evelyn . . . 64, 
90 

Gentry, Cathy . . . 126 
Gee, Valerie . . . 126 
Qerholdt, Willis . . . 126 
Qerth, Michael ... 118 
Qerth, Patrick . . . 110 
Gholston, Pearia ... 90 
Gibson, Dwayne . . . 64, 
65, 79, 110 
Gibson, Felicia ... 32, 

41, 97 

Gieselman, Victoria . . . 

97 

Gilchrist, Sarah ... 22, 

126 

Gill, Anthony . . . 118 

Gill, MamaJean . . . 33, 

38, 52, 80, 110, 143 

Gilliam, Carol ... 40, 

110 

Gillaspy, Kristin ... 31, 

33, 118 

Gindhart, Ryan . . . 118 

Gipson, Deonne , . . 

126 

Qivens, Chris ... 79 

Girts' Basketball . . . 

80 

Qodfroy, Amy . , . 69, 

97 

Goens, Larry ... 19, 

32, 37, 110 

Qoens, Michelle ... 36 

Goens, Tiffany . . . 36, 

37, 97 

Goertemiller, Elizabeth 

... 40, 90 

Golden, Lashawn . . 
110 

Gooch, Simmone . . . 
126 

Goodall, Stephen . . . 
110 

Goode, Tamara ... 32, 
36, 37, 40, 97 
Goodman, Carri . . . 33, 
39, 126, 127 
Qooley, Dewayne . . . 

79, 118 

Qolf ... 68 

Gordon, Carolyn ... 90 

Gordon, Christopher 

... 110 



Gorman, Katrina . . . 

126 

Graham, James . . . 

110 

Qramer, Elizabeth . . . 

32, 36, 37, 110 

Graves, Jason . . . 118 

Gray, Annette ... 97 

Gray, Hope ... 85, 110, 

155 

Gray, Rebecca . , . 118 

Green, Melissa . . . 126 

Green, nadine . . . 118 

Green, nancy . . . 126 

Qreen, Robert . . . 126 

Green, Tracey . . . 118 

Greenburg, Douglas . . . 

32, 33, 38, 65, 73, 118, 
156 

Greenburg, Wendy . . . 

VII, 28, 29, 39, 64, 74, 

75, 80, 81, 98 

Greenwood, Fhillip . . . 

98 

Griffin, Chadd ... 118 

Griffin, Phiandra ... 32, 

40, 41, 98 

Griffin, Rella ... 22, 31, 

33, 34, 98 

Griggs, Merie ... I, 118 

Qrigsby, Anita ... 66, 

118 

Grimes, Heather . . . 

118 

Grimes, Sally ... 29, 

69, 118 

Grundy, Gina ... 32, 

40, 41, 98 

Gullick, Pat ... 46, 90 

Gunyon, Merri . . . 39, 

110 

Gustafson, noah . . . 

118 

Guzman, Helena . . . 

32, 33, 126 

Gym Dedication . . . 

144 

llellbound Hellraiser 
II, Hacky Sac, 
Headbangers 

Hack, Sarah ... 90 

Hale, Jessica . . . 117 

Hale, Gregory . . . 126 

Hall, Anthony . . . 110 

Hall, Craig . . . 118 

Hall, Demond . . . 126 

Hall, Melissa ... 40, 

75, 110 

Hall, nicole ... 22, 33, 

82, 126, 133 

Hall, Raejean . . . 110 

Hamilton, Dorothy . . . 

98 

Hamilton, Johnetta . . . 

110 

Hamilton, Melissa . . . 

28, 40, 63, 66, 108, 110 

Hammer, Meridth . . . 

31, 98 

Hammond, Bret ... 31, 

73, 98 

Handley, Peter . . . 110 

Hardin, Ronald ... 79, 

126 

Harding, Rhonda ... 11 

Hardy, Frankie ... 98 

Hardy, Malynda . . . 110 

Harper, Cynthia . . . 126 

Harper, Jennifer . . . 52, 

110 

Harker, Rick ... 66, 67 

Harrell, Toni ... 31, 

32, 98 

Harris, Georgette . . . 

90 

Harris, Jonnie . . . 110 

Harris, Latonya . . . 110 

Harris, nicole . . . 126 

Harris, Warren ... 11 

Harris, William ... 40 



Index 147 



Mart, Richard ... 40. 

98 

Harvey. Doug 76. 

79, 110 
naskins. Shannon 

80, 110 

Naslem. Mark ... 39. 

71. 98 

Masler. Gloria ... 90 

Hatcher. Mathew . . . 

39. 110 

Hatchett, Roberta . . . 

110 

Hawkins. Corey . . . 37, 

57 

Hawkins, Deborah . . . 

90 

Hawthorne, Fred . . . 

70. 71, 98 

Hayden, Koramanti . . . 

126 

Hayes. Kevin Jr. ... 71, 

110 

Hayes, Kevin ... 71 

Haynes. Huason ... 70 

Haynes, John ... 71, 

90 

Haynes, Kristen . . . 48. 

118 

Haynes, Marie . . . 32, 

99 

Haywood, Cameron . . . 

29, 110 

Haywood. Pticoie . . . 

41. 99 

Hayworth. Deandre . . . 

58, 118 

Hazelett, Christine . . . 

126, 139 

Hazelett. Kathryn . . . 

29, 30, 33, 38, 64. 80, 

81, 110 

Heard, Demetria ... 99 
Hedges, Laura ... 90 
Henderson, Anthony 
. . . 118, 139 
Henderson, Justin . . . 
3, 22, 30, 33, 83, 118 
Henderson, Steven . . . 
110 

Hendren, Michael . . . 
90 

Hendricks, Bruce . . . 
126 

Hendricks, Jerry . . . 
110 

Henn, Sarah 33, 58, 

126 

Hennig, Geoffrey . . . 
22, 29, 33, 65, 68, 69, 
118 

Hennig. Jennifer . . . 33, 
38, 110 

Henry, Sean ... 34, 79, 
118 

Henson, Dallas . . . 36, 
37, 38, 118 

Hester, Deanna ... VI, 
28, 85, 99 
Hewlett, Shrenta . . . 

28, 34, 80, 126 
Hickerson, Misty . . . 
126 

Hicks, Kalvin ... 99 
Higgins. Kriss . . . 126 
Hill, Lee ... 57 
Hill, Bruce ... 126 
Hill, Shaenonn . . . 118 
Hill. Lovette ... 126 
Hillard, B,J. ... 118 
Hinkle, Tamica . . . 127 
Hinshaw, James ... 90 
Hirvela, Eva ... 39, 99 
Hiser, Stepfan ... II. 

29. 32, 71, 83, 99. 144 
Hite. Janal ... 127 
Hoang, Liem ... 99 
Hobdy, Tammy . . . 127 
Hoffman, Sherri ... 99 
Holiday. Rita ... 99 
Holland, LaDonna . . . 
57, 99 



Hollinsworth, DeShawn 

... 118 

Hollinsworth. Mikki . . . 
6. 67 

Holloway, Tumiss . . . 
90 

Holmes, Amy ... 15, 
11 

Homecoming ... VI 
Hon. Frances . . . 34, 
111 

Hooks, Charia ... 12 
Hood. Qametta ... 90 
Hooper. Michael . . . 
127 

Hooten, TaShona . . . 
127 

Hooten, Titus ... 79, 
127 

Hopkins, Kendra . . . 
127 

Hopkins, Lonnie . . . 
118 

Hopper, Heather . . . 
127 

Homer, Melvin ... 11 
Horvath, Peter ... 69 
Hoskins, Tamara . . . 
127 

Hostetter, Demian . . . 
34, 35, 127 

Howard, Cassandra . . . 
127 

Howard, Jason . . . 118 
Howard, Stacy ... 32, 
99 
Huckleberry, Maurice 

... 90 

Hudson, Rosalyn . . . 
127 
Hudson, Samuel . . . 

29, 64, 65, 70, 71, 78, 
79, 99 

Huffman, Eric ... 6, 7, 
22, 33, 52, 73, 111 
Huffman, Katrina . . . 

30, 127 

Hughes, Alan . . . Ill 

Hughes, Traci . . . 118 

Hughley, Kahli ... 127 

Humanities ... 52 

Humanities Advisory 

Council ... 32 

Humkei, How ... 65 

Hunt, Marsha ... Ill 

Hunt, Stephanie . . . 

118 

Hunt, Teresita ... 99 

Hunter, Anthony . . . 

Ill 

Hunter, Sheldon . . . 

127 

Huriey, Daniel ... 99 

Hums, natasha . . . 127 

Hurst, Richard . . . 127 

Hutchens, Don ... 71, 

79, 90 

Hutchinson, Rodney . . . 

118 

Hyatt, Stephanie ... 6, 

19, 22, 23, 25, 28, 29, 

30, 32, 33, 37, 38, 68, 

69, 111 

Hyde, Curtis . . . 118 

Hyde, riakia ... 127 

Hyde, Rex ... 119 

Hyde, Richard , . . Ill 

lu. Ins and Outs, 
Infected lockers, inXS 

Index . . . 146 

Ingram, Michelle . . . 

119. 139 

Ingram, Robert . . . Ill 

Ingram, Roberta . . . 

Ill 

iOL ... 40 

Ireland, Lisa ... 29, 37, 

74, 75, 80. 99 

Irwin, Sally ... 99 



Harolyn Torain, 
new assistant 
principal, and 
Larry McCloud, 
new principal, 
pose by the new 
Staircase. 

Jobs, Jones Jammin', 
Jacks, Joyners 

Jackson, Baretta . . . 

119 

Jackson, Charlenea . . . 

127 

Jackson, Claudenia . . . 

127 

Jackson, Crystal . . . 

119 

Jackson, Eric ... 12, 

69 

Jackson, Jamell . . . 

127 

Jackson, Jaremy . . . 

119 

Jackson, Lamont . . . 

139 

Jackson, Monica . . . 

36, 39, 40, 81. Ill 

Jackson, Mina . . . 128 

Jackson, Stephanie . . . 

28, 30, 33, 119 

Jackson, Tiffany ... 34, 

119 

James, Efram . . . Ill 

James, Harold ... 42, 

99 

James, Maury ... 73 

James, Reginald . . . 

57, 99, 103 

James, Sarah . . . 32, 

33, 75, 128 

Jared, Deana ... 40, 

111 

Jermison, Melinda . . . 

82, 128 

Jermison, Melvin 40, 

100 

Jimenez, Lina . . . 38, 

39, 100 

Jimenez, Rachele . . . 

119 

Johnson, Brian . . . Ill 

Johnson, Cornelia . . . 

119 

Johnson, DeCarlo . . . 

119 

Johnson, Doreka . . . 

Ill 

Johnson, James . . . 

128 

Johnson, Jermaine . . . 

128 

Johnson, Jerry ... V, 

3, 100 

Johnson, Julie . . . 22, 

128 

Johnson, Laandra . . . 

100 

Johnson, Lashawn . . . 

35, 128 

Johnson, Lonnita . . . 

66 

Johnson, Leigh . . . 90, 

92 

Johnson, Marie . . . 128 

Johnson, Mike ... 13 

Johnson, Patricia . . . 

90 

Johnson, Randall . . . 

128 

Johnson, Russell . . . 

21 

Johnson, Shana , . . 40, 

100 

Johnson, Shani . . . 128 

Johnson, Timolyn . . . 

32, 119 

Johnston, Deborah . . . 

90 

Jones, Aaron . . . 153 




Jones, Alfonso ... 71, 

119 

Jones, Angel ique . . . 

32, 119 

Jones, Anthony . . . 128 

Jones, Bert ... 67 

Jones, Cherrice . . . 128 

Jones, Christy . . . 128 

Jones, Crystal . . . 119 

Jones, Danyelle . . . 

119 

Jones, Gordon . . . Ill 

Jones, Jennifer . . . 100 

Jones, John . . . 128 

Jones, Juanita . . . 100 

Jones, L^donna . . . 82, 

128 

Jones, Michael ... 79, 

128 

Jones, Robert ... 32, 

119 

Jones, Robin ... 22, 

28, 29, 32, 33, 34, 39, 

66, 82, 100 

Jones, Tara . . . 119 

Jordon, Kevin . . . Ill 

Jordon, Melvin . . . 100 

Jordon, Monica . . . 40, 

111 

Jordand, Tashima . . . 

61, 111 

Judy, Bemard . . . 119 

Juniors . . . 108 

Kuts, Kool Aid, 
Klutzes 

Kantor, Josh . . . 23, 

90, 120 

Kam, Colin ... 73, 100 

Kam, Evan . . . 119 

Keaton, Winnie ... 22, 

90 

Keefer, Bobbie . . . 128 

Keener, Leslie . . . 86, 

100 

Key Club ... 33 

Kelley, Bartley ... 56, 

119 

Kelley, Latonya . . . 128 

Kemp, Elyria ... 32, 

35, 39, 128 

Kemp, Jermaine . . . 

128 

Kennedy, Michael . . . 

79, 119 

Ketner, Amy ... 24, 31, 

36, 37, 100 

Keuthan, David ... 76, 
82, 129 

Keuthan, Katie ... 12, 

13 

Khazzal, najwa ... 38, 

39, 111 

Kimble, Tanya . . . 129 

Kimble, Tina ... 34, 

129 

Kincy, Dewayne . . . 129 

King, Jeffery . . . 34, 

119 

King, nichole ... 129 

King, Shaleen ... 14, 

15, 16, 18, 22, 49, 100 

King, Tiffany . . . 119 



Kirk, Katherine ... VI, 

15, 85, 112, 144 

Kirkhoff, James . . . 119 

KirkJand, Yolanda . . . 

119 

Kirkman, Jamieson . . . 

34, 35, 129 

Kiser, Dionne . . . 112 
Kiser, Tyrone . . . 100 
Klein, Ann ... 16, 18, 
22, 24, 31, 101 
Klein, Heather ... 28, 
33, 38, 52, 69, 112, 133 
Kloepper, Margaret . . . 
38, 119 

Knazze, Quita . . . VII, 
31, 32, 36, 37, 101 
Knox, Deanna ... 82, 
129 

l^ox, Mitchell Koers, 
Pat ... 76, 91 
Kothe, Byron . . . 119 
Kothe, Herman ... 29, 
31, 32, 33, 39, 67, 76, 
77, 82, 115, 120 
Kraus, Heather . . . 120 
Krick, Michelle . . . 101 
Kriete, Kelley . . . 112 
Kuehl, Melissa ... 112 
Kunze, Achim . . . 30, 

35, 38, 39 

Kupke, Joshua . . . 22, 
29, 33, 59, 67, 69, 83, 
120, 156 

Losing City to 
Cathedral, Lights at 
Wrigley Field 

Lacey, Renee . . . 37, 

66, 85, 112 

Lagrange, Corietta . . . 

112 

Lakin, Christina . . . 34, 

83, 129 

Lakin, nicholas . . . 51, 

83, 120 

Lambert, Shiriey ... 91 

Lanam, Robert . . . 83, 

91 

Lane, Kevin . . . 112 

Lantz, Todd ... 112 

Larsen, Amber . . . 32, 

33, 38, 69, 80, 120, 153 

Lasley, Ladonna , . . 

112 

Latimore, Cynthia . . . 

120 

Lawrence, Kimberly . . . 

120 

Layrock, Henry . . . 129 

Leadership ... 33 

Leadership VII ... 26 

Leavell, Laura . . . 120 

Leavell, Tammie . . . 

129 

Lee, Elizabeth . . . VII, 

22, 24, 25, 32, 38, 39, 

101 

Lee, Kevin ... 28, 67, 

70, 71, 79, 100, 101, 

145 

Lee, Lisa ... 1, 22, 32, 

33, 38, 69, 120 



Leftridge, Monique . . . 
32, 35, 129 
Lettermen ... 29 
Leveringston, Hercel 

... 61, 65, 112 
Lewis, Carmen . . . 112 
Lewis, Charles . . . 112 
Lewis, Donald ... 71 
Lewis, Marquetta . . . 
28, 34, 101 

Lewis, Michelle ... 30, 
36, 37, 112 
Lewis, Tawanna . . . 
129 

Liggans, Deon ... 67 
Liggett, Susan . . . 120 
Lindsey, Maureen . . . 
25, 39, 40, 44, 52, 112 
Lingenfelter, Joshua 

. . . Vlll, 17, 20, 22, 23, 
25, 32, 33, 36, 37, 38, 
57, 112 
Lismon, Koknosh . . . 

34, 129 

Little, Lutricia ... 112 
Little, Melvin ... 129 
Lively, Kristin . . . 31, 
36, 37, 98, 101 
LMC ... 60 
Lockhart, Brad . . . 129 
Logan, Michael . . . 34, 
129 

Lohman, Cory . . . 129 
Lopez, Saulo . . . 25, 
38, 39, 101, 154 
Loretz, Brad ... 3 
Lotzow, Chris . . . 16, 
30, 101, 152 
Love, Anthony . . . 129 
Love, John ... 83, 129 
Lowe, Devonna . . . 129 
Lowry, Jacqueline . . . 

35, 40, 112 

Loyd, Shirley ... 32, 91 
Luter, Stephanie . . . 

36, 112, 149 
Lutgring, Sonya ... 6, 
22, 33, 38, 120 

Lutz, Mariska ... 22, 
38, 112 

Lyies, Cherie . . . 129 
Lyies, Clifton ... 29, 
67, 70, 71, 101 
Lynch, Justin . . . 34, 
35, 120 

Morton Downey, Jr., 
Bob and Ziggy Marley, 
NcCloud 

Mack, Sharon ... 38, 

113 

Macklin, Martha . . . 

120 

Macy, Chris . . , 129 

Madden, Brian . . . 66, 

67 

Madry, Katrena . . . 120 

Magallon-Qraineau, 

Valerie ... 33, 38, 39, 

69, 101 

Maher, Joanna . . . 22, 

32, 33, 38, 69, 120 

Mahem, Dane ... 29, 



148 Index 



33, 67, 76, 113, 115 


McDonald, Erick ... 32, 


. . . Mahem, nicole . . . 


33, 39, 129 


26, 33, 39, 85, 113, 144 


McDonald, nicolaus . . . 


Major, Thomas . 
113 


.39, 


120 

McDonald, Roselyn . . . 


Mallory, nicole . . 
Malloy, Sean . . . 


. 35 
129 


101 

McFadden, Allen . . . 


Malone, Denyce . 
32, 34, 113 


. . 22, 


129 

McFarland, Kelli . . . 


Manawat, Alvin . 


. 113 


129 


Manley, Douglas 
113 




McFarland, Robert . . . 
79, 129 


Mansfield, Joseph 




McFarland, Shonta . . . 


36, 37, 71 




120 


Mapp, Marvin . . . 


120 


McQeehan, Joseph . . . 


Mapp, Sylvia . . . 
Marbley, Mark . . 
Marcum, Jennifer 


129 
101 


89 

McQIan, Coty ... 113 

McGregor, Annetra . . . 


25, 34, 101 




120 


Marcum, Laura . . 


. 35, 


McQruder, Malcolm . . . 


39, 129 




82, 129 


Margerum, Lisa . 
27, 129 


. 22, 


McQuire, Joycelynnie 
... 32 


Marik, Monteil . . 


36, 


Mclntyre, Andrea . . . 


37,66 




33, 101 


Markey, Meesha . 

113 

Markey, Thelma . 

37, 66, 101 


..36, 


Mclntyre, Stacy . . . 120 
McKenney, Christina 
... 120 
McKinley, Christine . . . 


Marshall, Selena 




121 


129 

Martin, Ann . . . 129 


McKinney, Angela . . . 
34, 121 


Martin, David . . . 


113 


McLin, Derrick . . . 129 


Martin, Lawrence 
129 




McManus. Kimberly . . . 
129 


Martin, Philips . . 


91 


McMillian, Mark ... 82, 


Mason, Lakeshia 




129 


34, 129 




McMorris, Rachael . . . 


Masque 8f Mime 

Massie, Emory . . 


. . 22 

40, 


VI, 28, 31, 33, 102, 104 
McHiell, Michael . . . 


101 




121 


Massie, Michael . 
113 




Mcnew, Christopher . . . 
37, 57, 67, 121 


Matalucci, Qary . 


. 30, 


Mcnew, Scott ... 22, 


68, 69, 87, 113 




33, 35, 36, 73 


Maupin, Dana . . . 129 
Maxey, Johnny . . . 129 
Maybury, Matthew . . . 
12, 13, 36, 101, 156 


Meals, Stephanie . . . 

113 

Meek, n. ... 121 

Meils, Grace ... 33, 36, 


Mayer, Meghan . . . 129, 

133 

Maynard, Malisha . . . 

28, 31, 39, 85, 113 


37, 38, 121 
Meloy, Angela ... 33 
Meloy, Shawn ... 33 
Mendez, Arthur ... 129 


Maynard, Richard 




Merchant, Elizabeth . . . 


120 

McKinstry, Camellia . . . 

113 


91 

Meredith, Diondra . . . 

28, 33, 129 


McAtee, Lefontae 
79, 120 




Meredith, Donyell . . . 
79, 143 


McAtee, Veronica 
101 




Merritt, James ... 71, 
121 


McBrady, Rafel . . 
McCalep, Robert . 
129 


. 113 


Meritt, Kenjia ... 121 
Merriweather, John . . . 
113 


McCauley, Don ... 91 

McCloud, Larry . . . 148 

McClury, Antoinette . . . 

85, 129 

McCoy, Andrea . . . 129, 

144 


Meyntjens, William . . . 

30, 38, 39, 102 

Micken, Andre ... 58, 

121 

Mickens, Antoine . . . 

113 


McCrackin, Stacey 
12, 13, 20 




Mickens, Amold ... 71, 
82, 121 


McCray, Deborah 
101 

McDiarmid, Joi . . 
16, 19, 30, 36, 37, 


. Ill, 
113 


Milby, Mellisa . . . 112, 

121 

Miles, Charies ... II, 

29, 62, 66, 67, 70, 71, 


McCullough, Aliya 
129 




78, 79 

Miles, Shawn ... 29, 



71, 102 

Miller, Chariette ... 34 

Miller, Gregory ... 29, 

30, 65, 71 

Miller, Howard ... 113 

Miller, John ... 49, 121 

Miller, Kelly ... 29, 40, 

64, 75, 113 

Miller, Kelvin ... 37 
Miller, Jerri . . . 113 
Miller, Richard ... 129 
Mills, Bret ... 10, 29, 

40, 73, 102 

Mills, Damon ... 82 
Milton, Larry ... 66, 67 
Mini-Mag ... VIII 
Minton, Hazel ... 121 
Mitchell, Brian ... 129 
Moffatt, Susan ... 64 
Montgomery, Rache . . . 
66, 76, 77, 82, 113 
Montgomery, Shonda 

... 121 
Montgomery, Yolanda 

... 102 

Moore, Angela . . . 35, 
38, 121 

Moore, Aretta ... 80, 
129 

Moore, Brian ... 76, 
77, 82, 121 
Moore, Daniel ... 34, 

65, 76, 113, 115 
Moore, Joseph . . . 121 
Moore, Joyce ... 88 
Moore, Kito . . . 121 
Moore, Lynette ... 40, 
113 

Moore, Marshall . . . 

121 

Moore, Sharmaine . . . 

121 

Moreland, Cynthia . . . 

70 

Moreland, Shawn . . . 

79, 129 

Morgan, Erica . . . 102 

Morgan, Jacqueline . . . 

91 

Morgan, Shin ... 34, 

64, 75, 121 

Morone, Dominic . . . 

34, 102 

Morphew, Shannon . . . 

131 

Morris, Donnie . . . 113 

Morris, Robin ... 28, 

33, 121 

Morrison, Brian . . . 71, 

121 

Moulton, Christine . . . 

91 

Mullin, Rebecca . . . 113 

Mulvaney, Collin . . . 

35, 56, 113 
Munson, Mark ... 22, 

33, 38, 72, 73, 129, 130 
Murdock, Annette . . . 

34, 40, 102 

Murphy, Brian . . . 113 
Murrell, Demetrica . . . 

41. 102 

Murto, Jeffrey . . . 113 

Mustaklem, Sharon . . . 

VII, 37, 91 

Myers, Damon . . . 35, 

113 




Plotre Dame, new 
Attendance Policy, 
Mever Say Good Bye 

naylor, Roger . . . 34, 

121 

nelson, Brian . . . 121, 

153 

nelson, Christopher . . . 

113 

nelson, Hume ... 79 

nelson, Shana . . . 121 

nelson. Tiffany . . . 113 

nguyen, Maikhanh . . . 

32, 59, 74, 75, 121 
nHS ... 30 
nichols, Sarah ... 36, 
37, 121 

nickell, Duane ... 30 

nicolini, Mary . . . 25, 

90,91 

nielscn, Birgitte ... 29, 

49, 74, 75, 80, 102 

nitchman, James . . . 

121 

noel, Elizabeth ... 30, 

33, 38, 39, 69, 113 
noel, John, Jr. ... 30, 
31, 54, 35 

36, 37, 57, 102 
norris, Louis ... 79 
Morton, Robert ... 71, 
102 

noyes, Elizabeth ... 3, 
22, 24, 25, 31, 32, 33, 
69, 102 
nuckles, Kathy ... 113 

Odd Couple, 
Olympics, Oprah 
Winfirey 

Oakley, Timothy . . . 

129 

Oaks, Anya . . . 113 

OBRC ... 14 

O'Brien, Julie ... 36, 

37, 113, 143 

Odd Couple ... 19 

OButt, Arkeva . . . 130 

Ogier, Carmen . . . 102 

OQuinn, Davy . . . 64, 

65 

OGrady, Lori ... 113 

O'Hara, nathan . . . 129 

Olden, Elizabeth . . . 

33, 130 

Oldham, Jeanette . . . 

130 

Olpiver, Caprishus . . . 

121 

Oliver, Christopher . . . 

121 

Oliver, Michael . . . 130 

Oliver, William ... V, 

33, 35, 36, 37, 113 

Oliver, Walter ... 67 

One Acts ... 16 

Opening ... II 

Orange Aid ... 32 

Orban, Linda ... 90, 91 

Orrison, Charies . . . 

30, 32, 102 

Orth, Carol . . . 121 

Orth, Julie . . . 121 

Orwig, Kristen . . . 102 

Osbome, Ebonie . . . 

130 

Otto, Christopher . . . 

24, 69, 71, 121 

Otto, David ... 44, 58, 

91 

Overman, William . . . 

Garrett Dalton, 

junior, and 
Sherrye Fittman, 
sophomore, are 
silhouetted 
against the new 
entrance. 



121 

Overpeck, Eric ... 6, 

22, 25, 39, 113 

Owens, Melvin . . . 121 

Owens, Michelle . . . 

121 

I eace, Purdue, Pretty 
Pillars, Prelude Winners 
Traynor, Chrust and 
Peterson 

Packwood, Kelly . . . 

121 

Palmer, Charies ... 67, 

71, 121 

Palmer, Erica ... 25, 

32, 33, 38, 121 
Parham, Jacquelyn . . . 

28, 85, 113 
Parham, Ray . . . 121 
Parham, Tawanna . . . 
121 

Parker, Je(fi-ey . . . 113 

Parker, Kewana . . . 113 

Parker, Michelle . . . 

113 

Parker, Veronica . . , 

130 

Parrish, Alex . . . 121 

Parrish, Renea ... 22, 

130 

Parrish, Shawnita . . . 

34 

Parrott, Dawn ... 1, 35, 

130 

Pastimes ... 6 

Paul, Lucinda ... 88, 

91 

Payne, Charles . . . 130 

Payne, Thomas ... 91 

Fayton, Jason ... 28, 

79, 121 

Peacock, Dana ... 38, 

116, 121 

Peete, Stephanie . . . 

39, 113 

Peavy, Christopher . . . 

I, 113 

Pence, Becky ... 91 

Perdue, nikki ... 41, 

102 

Perkins, Kenya ... 39, 

40, 102 

Ferrill, Jenny ... 27, 

33, 38, 39, 51, 86, 113 
Perry, Kiel ... 113 
Ferry, Miranda ... 7, 
22, 24, 31, 32, 33, 38, 
69, 102 

Peterson, Aaron . . . 

113 

Peterson, Dax . . . 21, 

29, 36, 37, 71, 113, 
139, 152 

Peterson, Yvonne . . . 
130 

Fettrie, Michael . . . 113 

Phillips, Jon . . . 103 

Phillips, Mary . . . 130 

Photo Club ... 22 

Physics Club ... 30 

Piccolo, Erin ... 22, 

25, 32, 33, 38, 39, 113 

Piccolo, Rachel ... 33, 

130 

Pipkin, Sabaea . . . 113 

Pipkin, Vernon . . . X30 

Fittman, Sherrye . . . 

121, 149 

Pitts, Laura ... 33, 38, 

113 

Flummer, Charies . . . 

130 

Foindexter, Fhilbert . . . 

3 

Pope, Damon . . . 130 

Porter, Amanda . . . 130 

Porter, Anthony . . . 113 

Porter, Wanda ... 39, 

50, 113 

Fosey, Crystal . . . 113 



Founds, Stephen . . . 

121 

Powell, Jennifer . . . 130 

Powell, Pamela . . . 113 

Frell, Jacob . . . 130 

Frewitt, Phillip ... 29, 

70, 71 

Priest, Kyle ... 12, 20, 

21, 33, 36, 37, 39, 62, 
73, 103, 152 

Prom ... 10 
Pruitt, Adam ... 32, 
82, 130 
Pruitt, Alan ... 7, 17, 

22, 24, 31, 36, 37, 103 
Pryuer, Twanya . . . 41, 
103 

Publications ... 24 
Puckett, Alesha ... 34, 
36, 37, 113 
Puckett, Tracy ... 66 

Quayle, Question 
Authority, Q 95 



Quick, James 
103 



97, 



Rattle and Hum, Rap, 
Rebellion, Rainman, 
Roseanne, Robin 
Givens, Renovation, 
REM 

Rachell, Michael . . . 

113 

Raddatz, Roger ... 91 

Ragland, Sanford . . . 

103 

Raine, Eric . . . 130 

Raine, Lamont . . . 103 

Rainey, nashelle . . . 

121 

Ransom, Kiesha ... 22, 

32, 38, 121 

Rasheed, Amaris . . . 

121 

Ratliff, William . . . 129, 

131 

Ray, Jim ... 91 

Raybom, Johnny . . . 

131 

Record, Dan ... 12, 69 

Record, Rebecca . . . 

32, 33, 80, 131 

Record, Sarah ... 25, 

32, 33, 38, 69, 80, 121 
Reed, Fred ... 121 
Reed, Lorian . . . 131 
Reed, Walter ... 103 
Reid, nicole . . . 114 
Reid, Robert ... 131 
Reiger, Fam . . . 121 
Reiley, Adrian . . . 131 
Renee, Debbie ... 75, 
80 

Resnover, William . . . 
121 

Reynolds, nicole . . . 
36, 37, 121 

Rhodes, Relita . . . 121 
Rhodes, Stacey . . . 121 
Richardson, Denise . . . 
28, 37, 39, 82, 114 
Richardson, Dennis . . . 
28, 36, 65, 114, 145 
Richardson, Katrina . . . 
34, 66, 76, 121, 131 
Richardson, Katrina . . . 

33, 34, 75, 80, 128 
Richardson, Mashona 

... 131 

Richardson, Pete . . . 
17, 114 

Rico, Timothy . . . 131 
Riensche, Tom ... 64, 
65, 76, 79, 91 
Rife, Adrienne . . . 33. 
36, 37, 121 
Riley, Martha ... 28, 
30, 32, 36, 37, 82, 114 
Riley, Rhonda . . . 121 



Index 149 



Ring. Qene ... 91 
Ripples ... 12. 20 

Ritchie, KImberly . . . 

10. 40. 104 

Roberts. Rhonda . . . 

40, 122 

Roberts, Richard . . . 

131 

Roberts. Timothy . . . 

67 

Robey. Qerri ... 39. 66. 

76. 77. 82. 114 

Robey. Shirley ... 32. 

91 

Robinson. Anthony . . . 

122 

Robinson. Jeffrey . . . 

40, 79 

Robinson. Jol ... 82, 

131 

Robinson. LaDonna . . . 

122 

Robinson, Michael . . . 

18, 25, 29. 31. 72. 73. 

104 

Robinson. Michael . . . 

122 

Robinson, Patricia . . , 

32. 33. 39, 75, 128, 131 
Robieto, Philip . . . 131 
Rockingham, Derrick 

... 114 
Rockingham. Dewaun 

... 122 
Rockstrom. Ingrid . . . 

33, 36, 37, 38, 153 
Roe, Tina . . . 131 
Roe. Michelle ... 114 
Rogers. Angela . . . 131 
Rogers, Meridith . . . 
131 

Rogers, Michael ... 29. 

57 

Rogers, Sammi . . . 114 

Rolle. Hilda ... 91 

Rolle, John . . . 122 

Romeiser. Barbara . . . 

91 

Romero. Maida . . . 114 

Roney. Michelle ... 22, 

28, 32, 35, 39, 114 

Roosevelt, James . . . 

128 

Rose. Lashawn . . . 131 

Ross. Mancy , . . 131 

ROTC ... 42 

Roundtree, Lonnie . . . 

35. 79. 122 
Roundtree, Makia . . . 
131 

Rowe. Tamara . . . 131 

Rowley. Lamar . . . 131 

Royle. Krista ... 20 

Ruby. John ... 33, 37, 

114 

Ruffin, Latrice . . . 131 

Rush. Cheryl ... 131 

Russell, Lajuan . . . 131 

Russell, nathaniel . . . 

122 

Rust. Brian ... 73. 122. 

123 

Rust, Coach , . , 73 

Seniors. Summer. 
School Daze, San 
Transisco '49s, Shorts 

Salyers, Christopher 
... 122 

Sanderfur. Howard . . . 
114 
Sanders. Antoinette . . . 

36. 37. 66. 122 
Sanders. Daisy ... 41. 
104 

Sanders. Donald . . . 

131 

Sanders, Donnell . . . 

114 

Sanders, Everett ... 41 

Sanders. Markeetha . . . 

122 



Sanders. Saral ... 66, 
114 

Sanders, Shawndolyn 
... 31. 32. 41. 104 
Sanders. Valencia . . . 
131 

Sarllto. Astrid-novlantI 
... 35. 38, 114 
Satterfield, Anita ... 9, 
131 

Satterfield. Jennifer . . . 
31. 40. 104 

Sauer. Qretchen . . . 38. 
122 

Saunders. David . . . 
104 

Saunders. Trina . . . 
114 

Sawyer, Albert ... 82. 
122 

Sayger, Stuart ... IV, 
122 

Sayles, Benjamin . . . 
24. 71. 114 

Schilling. Chariene . . . 
131 

Schlegel. Charile . . . 
12, 64, 65 

Schloss, Laura ... 29, 
31, 33, 38, 66, 76, 114 
Schoenfeld, Kevin , . . 
115. 131 

Schroder. Roger . . . 69. 
79, 91 

Schultz, Ryan . . . 131 
Schuiz, Jesse . . . 122 
Scott. Donald ... 131 
Scott, Ladreana ... 33, 
131, 124 

Scruggs, Ja Marr ... 59 
Scruggs. Wayne . . . 122 
Sears. Candace . . . 114 
Sedan, Cliff ... 71 
Seldner, Karel ... 91 
Seniors ... 94 
Sexton. Betty . , . 131 
Seymour. Kenya . . . 
122 

Shabazz. Baari . . . 122 
Shabrokh, Miki ... 122 
Shafer, Rebekah . . . 
131 
Sharpe. Melbra ... 66, 

75, 80, 122 
Shawver, Jeremy . . . 
131 

Shea. Sarah . . . 131 

Shell. Jacob ... 76 

Shelton, Michael . . . 

55, 131 

Shepard, Amy . . . 122 

Shepherd. Joanna . . . 

131 

Sherels. Raquel . . . 

122 

Sherels. Wilson ... 114 

Shenrell, Tela ... 36, 

37, 114 

Sherrill, Christopher 
... 131 

Shields, Joyce , . . 122 
Shillman, Lisa , . , 66, 
122 

Shipley. Erin ... 12 
Shonfeld. Kevin ... 76 
Short. Johnny . . . 65, 

76, 77 

Short, TaquiLa . . . 104 

Short, Venus . . . 131 

Shoup, Katherine ... 6. 

22. 25. 29. 33. 38, 66, 

114 

Sleek, Leah ... 31, 33, 

38, 55, 122, 133 
Siegman, Scott . . . 131 
Simpson. Conrad . . . 
35 

Simmons. Ashley . . . 

131 

Sims. Donna . . . 122 

Sipes. Dariene . . . 61, 

91 



SIpes. Patrick ... 25, 

29. 58. 69. 71. 114 

Sircy, Dori ... 35. 75 

Skehan. Robert ... 27. 

29. 44. 69, 83, 107, 114 

Skok. Peggy ... 91 

Slaughter, Ronnetta . . , 

35. 122 

Sloan, Amy ... 30, 37, 

104 

Sloan, Mistl ... 131 

Smith, Anita ... 122 

Smith. Aratha ... 91 

Smith, Cari ... 32 

Smith, Crystal ... 75, 

80. 131 

Smith. Damlen . . . 122 

Smith. Damone ... 79, 

131 

Smith. Daniel ... 32, 

33, 39, 131 

Smith, Domisha , . . 

131 

Smith, Edward ... 82, 

122 

Smith, Eric . . . 114 

Smith. Eugene . . . 114 

Smith. Qregory . . . 114 

Smith, Jamie ... 22, 

33, 131 

Smith, Kreslen . . . 122 

Smith. LaTanya . . . 123 

Smith, Lacendra . . . 

122 

Smith, Leona ... 28, 

91 

Smith, Mary ... 131 

Smith, Michael ... 131 

Smith, Monique . . . 40, 

41, 104 

Smith, nicole ... 114 

Smith, Ryan ... I, 9. 

20, 22, 30, 33, 38, 64, 

65, 73, 86, 153 

Smith, Samuel . . . 114 

Smith, Tammy . . . 143 

Smith. Scott ... 131 

Smith, Tamrell ... 28, 

39. 114 

Smith. Tenia ... 28, 

122 

Smith, Tonya ... 66 

Smith. William ... 79, 

122 

Sneed, Siria . . . 122 

Snorten. Darice . . . 28, 

29, 32, 66, 104, 145 

Snorten, Kenneth . . . 

28, 35. 131. 145 

Snyder. Cliff ... 91 

Soccer ... 72 

Softball ... 64 

Sophomores . . . 116 

Southall. Janice . . . 

104 

Southern. Qoldie . . . 

131 

Southem, Karen . . . 

114 

Southem, Leslie . . . 67. 

104 

Spahr, Addle ... 22, 

26, 33, 131 

Spaulding, Fayone . . . 

105 

Spaulding, Lawrence 
... 122 

Spaulding. Michael . . . 

35, 122, 144 

Spaulding, Tad . . . 65, 

71 

Spearman, Angela . . . 

24. 33. 39. 64. 75, 122 

Spears. Danny . . . 122 

Spears, Dianna . . . 66, 

105 

Spells, David ... 28 

Spells. Ramona ... 15, 

34, 50, 114 

Spells, Tia ... 131 

Spencer. Jerry ... 75, 

80 



The annual Black 
and Orange game 
was the last 
match ever in the 
old gym. 

Spirit ... 84 

Splvey, Courtney . . . 

131 

Splvey. Joereather . . . 

114 

Sports Divider ... 62 

Stachowiak, Maike . . . 

39. 105 

Stahl. Christopher . . . 

VIII, 39, 73, 122 

Stack, Angel ... 85, 

122 

Starks, Charies . . . 114 

Steadham, Andrew . . . 

132 

Steffey, Craig ... 71, 

122 

Stem, Angela ... 75, 

132 

Stem, Christopher . . . 

VI, 29, 39, 66, 67, 76, 
77, 114 

Sterrett, Joseph . . . 

132 

Stevens, Bridgette . . . 

39, 50, 114 

Stevens, Danielle . . . 

45 

Stevenson. Deatra . . . 

105 

Stewart, Dionne . . . 

122 

Stewart, norman ... 91 

Stewart. Michael . . . 

132 

Stewart, Victor ... 122 

Stevens, Jessica . . . 

114 

Stinson. Sonya . . . 122 

Stoelting, Deborah . . . 

132 

Stone, Heather ... 22, 

33, 132 

133 

Stone, Kathy ... 32, 

38, 39, 122 

Stone, Sylvester . . . 

132 

Storrer, Malia ... 83, 

114 

Stowe, Christina . . . 

132 

Strauss, Diana ... 91 

Strayhom, Mary ... 91 

Strickland, Parrell . . . 

132 

Stricklen, Robert, Jr. 

... 122 

Strong. Jason ... 29. 
59. 105 

Strother, Loretta . . . 
132 

Stroud, Carrie . . . 132 
Student Council ... 29 
Sturdivant, William . . . 
132 

Sturghiss, Marcus . . . 
132 

Stutz, James . . . 144 
Sullivan. Christopher 

... 22, 23, 25, 32, 33, 

38, 114 

Sullivan, Heather . . . 

22, 32, 33, 38, 114 

Sullivan, John ... 61 

Sullivan, Steven ... 79, 

132 

Sutton, Jerri . . . 132 

Swallender, Andy . . . 

69 

Swallender, Qregory . . . 

VII, 33, 38, 73, 132, 154 
Swan, Katrina . . . 34, 

39, 122 

Swegman, Chariotte . . . 




36. 37. 66, 122 
Swimming ... 82 

I racy Chapman, TLC, 
Twins, Twenty-two 
Million In nineteen 
seconds (Tyson Ko-ed 
Spinks), Torain 

Talley, John S. . . . 89, 

91, 93 

Talison, Michele ... 1, 

37, 105 

Tandy, Michael . . . 132 
Tardy, Frank ... 61, 
71, 122 
Tarrh, Debra 
Tate, Anna ... 40. 105 
Taylor, Dion . . . 122 
Taylor, Jerome . . . 132 
Taylor, Phyllis ... 132 
Taylor, Stacey ... 40, 
105 

Taylor, Tasha ... 41, 
105 

Taylor. Twasha . . . 132 
Taylor. Wiliam ... 78, 
79, 105, 145 
Teague, Windy . . . 105 
Tennis ... 68 
Terry, Cessha . . . 114 
Thacker, Antonio . . . 
122 

Thespians ... 18 
Thomas, Damlen . . . 
122 

Thomas, Jamie ... 71, 
79 

Thomas, Jesse . . . 122 
Thomas, Kisha ... 40 
Thomas, Leklsha . . . 
144 

Thomas, Sammy ... 24 
Thomas, Shawnetta . . . 
132 

Thomas, Stacie . . . 114 
Thomas, Vincent ... 79 
Thompson, Clarke . . . 
83, 132 

Thompson, Dacus . . . 
105 

Thompson, Darrell . . . 
I, 31, 105 

Thompson, Kimberiy 
... 40, 105 

Thompson, Miesha . . . 
105 

Thompson, Ronnlta . . . 
114. 144 

Threlkeld, Jeffrey . . . 
73, 122 

Thurston, Michelle . . . 
39. 44. 114 
Tillman. Qregory . . . 
114 

Timberiake. Kerrie . . . 
122 

Timberiake, Karmen 
... 132 

Timberiake. Wilbert . . . 
122 

Tinnin, Sammy . . . 122 
Tinker. Tlkilia ... 122 
Todd. Phyllis . , . 91 



Tompkins, Denetta . . . 

32, 41 

Tonge, Kla ... 114 
Toonder, Darin . . . 132 
Torain. Harolyn . . . 148 
Torke, Kari ... 8, 22, 

33, 38, 51, 73, 130, 132 
Torke, Will Kurt ... I, 
31, 35, 39, 73, 105, 139 
Torres, Merecedes . . . 
38 

Track ... 66 

Travel Club ... 22 

Traylor, Christine . . . 

114 

Traylor, Wendy . . . 105 

Traynor, Paul . . . VII, 

12, 32, 105 

Tremain, John ... 71, 

91 

Truex, Jennifer . . . 113, 

132 

Tremain, John ... 70 

Trump. Joshua ... 38 

Tubbs, Deon ... 45, 

123 

Tuck, Qregory . . . 132 

Tucker, Christopher . . . 

114 

Tucker, Deshawn . . . 

123 

Tucker, William ... 105 

Tumbow, Fayth ... 80, 

132 

Turner, Latifa . . . 132 

Turner. Renee . . . 36, 

37, 114, 155 

Turner, Shelley . . . 123 

Twyman, Twana . . , 

114 

Tyler, Shannon ... 85, 

116, 123 

Tyson, Connita . . . 40, 

114 

Tyson, Kisha ... 36, 

37, 114 

Tyson, Danielle . . . 132 



Under Construction, 
Ups and Downs. U2. 
Union Station 

Utiey, Anthony ... 93 

Vandalism, Video 
Stores. V.C. Andrews 

Vaden, Andrew . . . 132 

Vaden, Michelle ... 45 

Vaden, Shatonya . . . 

105 

Vahle, Quy ... 79, 132 

Valentine, Jerry . . . 123 

Van Arsdall, Edith . . . 

91 

Vance. Mary ... 40, 91 

Vanderbark, Judith . . . 

91 

Vandeusen. Sarah . . . 

23. 31, 39, 106 

Vandever, Alicia . . . 40, 

106 

Van Hoy, Linda . . , 24, 



150 Index 



91 

Van Riper, Ted ... 32, 

73, 123 

Vargo, Barbara ... 91 

Vaughn, Daria ... 30, 

106 

Verplank, Janice . . . 

29, 64, 75, 80, 91 

Vibbert, Sherri ... 123 

Vinson, Brandy . . . 123 

Vocal Music ... 36 

Volleyball ... 74 

Voorheis, Andrew . . . 

132 

Weekends, Whafs Up?, 
Woodstock 20th 
Anniversary, Whoopte 
Goldberg, Word 

Wade, Tiyanda . . . 132 

Wade, Trina ... 132 

Walker, Antonio . . . 

132 

Walker, Bryant ... 64, 

65 

Walker, Char Rhonda 

... 75, 80, 132 
Walker, Clifford ... 86, 
106 

Walker, Michael ... 25 
Walker, Michelle . . . 
25, 123 

Walker, Micole ... 132 
Wall, David ... 82, 132 
Wallace, Shonvella . . . 
115 

Waller, Audrey . . . 132 
Wallihan, Christina . . . 
40, 41, 106 

Walsh, Rachel ... 106 
Wallers, John ... 1, 132 
Wan-en, Kiesha . . . 132 
Warren, liikkie . . . 115 
Warriner, Sarah . . . 115 
Washington, Clevonne 

...35 

Washington, Mark . . . 
67 
Washington, Ronald . . . 

115 

Waterman, Kara . . . 

123 

Waterman, Shannon 

... 14, 15, 49, 106 

Watford, Kelly ... 40, 

115 

Watford, Lori . . . 106 

Watkins, Deborah . . . 

115 

Watkins, Elizabeth . . . 

85 

Watkins, Lisa ... 132 

Watson, Michael . . . 

132 

Watson, Roxanne . . . 

35, 38, 132 

Watson, Thomas . . . 

123 

Watts, Gary ... 132 

Watts, Michelle ... 132 

Weathers, Albert . . . 

115 

Weaver, Jodi . . . 132 

Webb, Kimberly . . . 

106 

Webster, Danielle . . . 



132 

Webster, Darlene . . . 

41 

Webster, Kristopher . . . 

12, 28, 34, 35, 115 

Webster, Sherri ... 40, 

115 

Webster, Toby . . . 106 

Weeks, Shawn ... 79, 

132 

Weichert, Margaret . . . 

13 

Weidenbener, David . . . 

132 

Weiser, Jeffrey ... 132 

Welham, Kristina . . . 

32, 33, 132 

Wells, Devin ... 29 

Wentworth, Clinton . . . 

115 

West, Kristen ... 132 

West, Sirena . . . 132 

Wharton, Jeffrey . . . 

132 

Wheeler, nikki ... 38, 

123 

Whelchel, Gregory . . . 

115 

Whisler, Eric . . . 115 

White, Jauwana . . . 106 

White, Jeanine . . . 106 

White, Keishona 

White, Larry ... 33, 

132 

White, Lee ... 24, 30, 

106 

White, Margaret ... 123 

White, Molly . . . 106 

White, natalie ... 57 

Whitfield, Tanesha . . . 

123 

Whitham, Katherine . . . 

132 

Whitley, Dave . . . 132 

Whitlock, Trina . . . 115, 

123 

Whitmire, Andrew . . . 

73, 132 

Whitney, Delicia ... 33, 

36, 37, 64, 75, 123 

Whitt, Michael . . . 115 

Wickliffe, Rufus ... 132 

Wigley, Jennifer . . . 123 

Wickliffe, Ryfus ... 22 

Wilbum, nicole ... 12, 

115 

Wilde, Jason . . . 123 

Wiley, Ellen ... 123 

Wilkerson, Cheri . . . 

22, 123 

Wilkins, Kimberly . . . 

29, 66, 76, 115 

Williams, Angela . . . 

106 

Williams, Antonio . . . 

35, 71 

Williams, Cecelia . . . 

106 

Williams, Charene . . . 

106 

Williams, Dawn ... 75, 

75, 123 

Williams, Deborah . . . 

91 

Williams, Damond . . . 

79, 132 

Williams, Gary . . . 123 



Williams, Jackie . . . 
106 

Williams, James ... 34, 
35 

Williams, James E. . . . 
50, 65, 86, 115 
Wiliams, Karia ... 13, 
16, 18, 22, 25, 32, 33, 
94, 107 

Williams, Loveda . . . 
132, 131 

Williams, LaVon . . . 
115 

Williams, Lavem . . . 
115 

Williams, Lisa ... 28 
Williams, Marc ... 67, 
119, 123 

Williams, Mark ... 133 
Williams, Matthew . . . 
3, 123 

Williams, nicole . . . 
123 

Williams, Randy . . . 
133 

Williams, Sabrina . . . 
133 

Williams, Tony ... 82 
Williams, Tisnol ... 61, 
107 

Williams, Tracy ... 32 
Williams, Troy ... 79 
Williamson, Ann ... 91 
Williamson, Matthew 
... V, 66, 67 
Willis, Antonio ... 133 
Willis, Cutina ... 28, 
38, 75, 123 
Willis, Denen ... 67, 
71, 115 

Willis, Sheresa ... 32, 
123 

Willis, John ... 133 
Willis, Tiyana ... 35, 
133 

Wilson, Alyce ... 91 
Wilson, Brian ... 10, 
31, 33, 35, 39, 107 
Wilson, Bobbi ... 133 
Wilson, Corrie ... 91 
Wilson, David ... 35, 
36, 37, 69, 83, 107 
Wilson, Diana ... 32, 
48, 66, 107 

Wilson, Dorian . . . 123 
Wilson, Erika ... 12, 
20, 36, 37, 82 
Wilson, George . . . 133 
Wilson, Kelly . . . 133 
Wilson, Jamont ... 62, 
71, 81 

Wilson, Kim . . . 115 
Wilson, Pamela ... 15, 
18, 19, 22, 107 
Wilson, Paula ... 35, 
115 

Wilson, Tamara . . . 123 
Wilson, Tamika ... 35 
Wilson, Trenton ... 22, 
38, 50, 53, 115 
Winder, Andrea . . . 123 
Winslow, Katie . . . 107 
Winston, Ernie . . . 123 
Winston, Jacqueline . . . 
107 

Winters, Walter . . . 115 
Wofe, Randy ... 133 




Wolf, Sylvia ... 91 

Wolfing, Al ... 91 

Wood, Patricia . . . 133 

Woodard, Gina . . . 107 

Woodling, Paul ... 69 

Woodruff, Sonja . . . 

133 

Woods, Qarriman . . . 

83, 133 

Woods, Monica . . . 115 

Woods, Tim ... 59, 

107 

Woody, John ... 91 

Wortman, Rachelle . . . 

66, 123 

Wrestling ... 82 
Wright, Steven ... 66, 

67, 123 

Wright, Timothy . . . 

133 

Wright, Quintella . . . 

31, 91 

Wynn, Cybil ... 133 

Wynn, Kent . . . VII, 33, 

73, 107 

Xerox Machine 
(broken), X-ellent 

Yearbook, yo mani, 
Youngguns, Yayl 

Yarbrough, James . . . 

115 

Yates, Charles ... 22, 

29, 31, 33, 36, 37, 53, 

71, 115 

Yates, Jonathan . . . 39, 

79, 133 

Ying, Kimberiy ... 123 

Young, Doris ... 91, 93 

Young, Heather ... 75, 

128, 133 

Young, Kimberly . . . 

107 

Zoo Opening, Zoning 
Out 

Zajac, Melissa . . . 115 

Zapata, Liza . . . 32, 33, 

133 

Zimmer, Steven . . . 123 

Zimmerman, Erika . . . 

123 

Zimmerman, Tonya . . . 

133 

Advertisers' imdcx 

Allstate . . . 140 
American United Life 
. . . 136 

Artiifacts . . . 138 
Atlas Supermarket . . . 
140 

Bazbeaux Pizza . . . 142 
Centers for Humanities 
and Performing Arts . . . 
141 

Chelsea's . . . 138 
Colby Palmer Designs 
... 141 

Dodd's Townhouse . . . 
142 

Folk Art ... 134 
Graffiti ... 142 
Indianapolis Art League 
... 142 

Jostens . . . 135 
Mcriamara . . . 134 
The Moving Space . . . 
142 

Prestige . . . 137 
Sports Fanatics . . . 140 
Stephen Hyatt . . . 140 
Swensens . . . 138 



Basemen lend an 
air of manliness 
to Rocket cheers. 



Yogurt Crossing 
140 






Index 151 



Sometimes the lights are 
shining on me . . . 



Spotlighted in Ripples, the Syn- 
thetics (Dax Peterson, Kyle Priest, 
Andy Childers and Bobbie Gam- 
mon) shone. 




Volume 64 of the Riparian yearbook was 
printed by Jostens. Five hundred copies of this 
164-page book were printed at a cost over 
$14,000. 

The cover was designed by Karen Martin, Jos- 
tens' representative, and Emily Essenberg and 
Betsy rioyes, co-editors, with input from the 
staff. Sarah Hack provided a folder for repro- 
duction purposes. 

The orange litho cover is laminated with 
black Amold Bocklin lettering. The book con- 
tained eight pages of full color. Endsheets were 
pale orange. 

Benquiat Book was selected for type — 10 
point body copy and 8 point caption copy. 
Headlines were 42 point for main heads and 24 
point for sub-heads. 

An enormous thank you goes to John Sulli- 
van, assistant media director, who, in the ab- 
sence of a publications darkroom, processed 
and developed many rolls of film on his own 
time. Without his help, completion of this book 
would have been impossible. 




152 Closing 



Chris Lotzow's and Dorothee 
Dewaet's, year at BR was great. 
Lotzow is from Wisconsin; Dewaet 
is from Belgium (somewhere to 
the east of Wisconsin). 



The thought of cafeteria food 
causes Brian nelson and Aaron 
Jones, sophomores, to dissolve 
into giggles. 



Upside down or rightside up, soph- 
omore Angie Garvin keeps her 
sunny disposition. 



Ryan Smith, junior, is on the air 
with American Cablevision as his 
judicial inquiry presentation in 
Critical Thinking is videotaped. 




asemen's unique style of 

ig entertains the crowd 

^ the action on the court lags 

;,when the Rockets lead by 







Co-editors: 


Emily Essenberg 




Betsy Noyes 


Photo editor: 


Betsy Lee 


Darkroom manager: 


Mike Robinson 


Sports editor: 


Jenny Marcum 


Advertising: 


David Wilson 




Stephanie Hyatt 




Kate Shoup 


General Staff: 




Kate Bedwell 


Paul Brewer 


Mary Calloway 


Alec Cicak 


Susann Couts 


Beverly Fager 


Maureen Lindsey 


Sonya Lutgring 


Eric Overpeck 


Erica Palmer 


Sarah Record 


Teddy Van Riper 


Michelle Walker 




Photographers: 




Becky Bamhart 


Elin Caughey 


Mike Dixon 


Mark Haslem 


Josh Lingenfelter 


Saulo Lopez 


Miranda Perry 


Erin Piccolo 


Pat Sipes 


Rob Skehan 


Chris Sullivan 




Adviser: Mary nicolini 




Josten's Representative: Karen Martin 



Senior Mark Foster models for the 
jack-o-lantem carved by sopho- 
mores Aimee Farber and Amber 
Larsen and junior Ingrid Rock- 
strom. 



Closing 153 



It s not a game of blindman's bluff; 
rather. Rick Chrust and Saulo Lo- 
pez, seniors, are blindfolded to ex- 
perience sensory deprivation. 



This solarized print of Lisa Choate 
creates a different perspective of 
this soon-to-graduate-senior. 




Other times I can barely see 



154 Closing 




And lately It 
occurs to me . 



After three years at Ben Davis HS, The light dawns as junior Kate 

Alec Budd, senior, comes to the Shoup realizes she is not in a com 

realization "Hey! I'm at Broad Rip- field but standing beneath a weep- 

ple now!" ing willow. 






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It occurs to Arthur Dillard that 
there is nothin' better to do than 
hang out with Renee Turner and 
Mope Gray. 




Closing 155 



A wrinkled Craig Blanchet, junior, 
imitates a Shar-Pei. 




Doug Greenburg, sophomore, 
finds a way to keep his stray hairs 
in place: a borrowed barrette. 



What a long, 

strange 
trip it's been! 

J. Garcia 



156 




Balloons abound on sophomore who needs a car phone when you 
Josh Kupke — good thing they re have a cellular banana like senior 
not helium or he'd float away! Matt Maybury's? 



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